Bitter herbs have been used for centuries to treat, calm, and correct all sorts of digestive issues. But today, we use them for balance and wellness and to re-energize our taste receptors in our sugar-heavy world.
New to Bitters? That's OK, go slow and try them a few times to see what your mouth has been missing.
They are here to help you. To wake up your taste receptors, to balance all the added sugar in today's foods, and to offer you a tasty beverage that is not too heavy, never too sweet, balanced, and bitterly yours to drink straight or mix with libations.
We selected, with herbalist approval, our top 5 favorite herbs and botanicals to balance this blend.
THE OG BITTER DIGESTIVE HERB
HELPS EASE BLOAT & HEARTBURN
REDUCES MUSCLE SPASMS
PROMOTES ABSORPTION OF NUTRIENTS & BOWEL FUNCTION
SUPERB LIVER TONIC
SUPPORTS RESPIRATORY FUNCTION
KNOWN MOOD LIFTER
SUPPORTS PROPER CIRCULATION
SUPPORTS SLEEP & CALMS NERVES
SHOWN TO STABALIZE GASTRIC MUCOSA
AIDS IN GAS, NAUSEA AND DYSPEPSIA ISSUES
WARMING BITTER & CARMINATIVE
A BITTER CALMING ADAPTOGEN
USEFUL FOR EXHAUSTION & FATIGUE
SUPPORTS CLARITY & MEMORY
SHOWN TO REDUCE STRESS & CORTISOL LEVELS
KNOWN TO SPEED UP THE DIGESTION PROCESS
SHOWN TO ALLEVIATE PMS SYMTPOMS
GREAT FOR CLAIRITY & MEMORY
SUPPORTS SEROTONIN AND DOPAMINE LEVELS
STAY BITTER WITH
THESE OTHER FLAVORS
Amazing balance, not too bitter, it builds really nicely and is super refreshing. I enjoy these in a tumbler over ice and sip them all day long!
I have tried a lot of the other trendy no-alcohol bev alternatives. This is the only one that has not left a weird aftertaste or has fake sweeteners or glycerine. Bravo!
I LOVED your old tart cherry, grapefruit, and pineapple flavors and was sad when you reformulated, but now, after seeing the ingredient changes, and testing these new blends, I get it. Just please reformulate cherry and grapefruit next!
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