Bitter Babe Aid
Balancing Digestive Tincture

Bitter Babe Aid
Balancing Digestive Tincture

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This Bitter Babe Aid formula is a tincture that serves to strengthens one’s digestion by way of nourishment, balanced digestive stimulation, and removal of physical and emotional stagnation. Traditional Chinese Medicine teaches us that the liver and stomach are sites where anger, bitterness, and resentment are stored. You can stay bitter at this bitter earth but let Bitter Babe Aid protect your digestion.

Available in 1 oz

Ingredients: Laraxacum officinale (Dandelion), Foeniculum vulgare (Fennel), Asparagus racemosus (Shatavari), Matricaria chamomilla (Chamomile), Brandy

Instructions: Take 10-30 drops three times a day before meals. Keep away from sunlight. Do not take this formula if you are pregnant or have acid reflux.

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DANDELION ROOT (Laraxacum officinale) is a laxative bitter that cleanses and nourishes the liver. Sweet and cooling, it aids conditions such as liver disorders, blood disorders, hepatitis, and adult onset diabetes  Historically also called “tooth of a lion,” Dandelion inspires the courage to speak hard truths and to let go of anger and grief while standing in one’s power.

FENNEL (Foeniculum vulgare) is a protective, sweet, and warming digestion tonic. It rids the body of gas and indigestion, and it supports digesting fatty foods with ease. It also stabilizes blood levels.

SHATAVARI (Asparagus racemosus) is a moistening laxative and kidney tonic. In addition, it is a reproductive, cardio, nervine, and brain tonic, making it restorative to the entire body system. As a plant historically closely associated with Yakshi-- the Hindu goddess of fertility-- Shatavari makes an excellent plant ally that honors & restores femme energy.

CHAMOMILE (Matriaria chamomilla) is a mothering sedative and bitter that eases digestion by way of easing the nervous system. It nurses gut issues, indigestion, and gastritis. An excellent plant for those who need to mother themselves.