Digestive Bitters Information

Throughout history, bitters have been used to stimulate the digestive system. The tradition began with the steeping of bitter tasting roots, berries, and leaves, into alcohol. The resulting liquid was then consumed before or after a meal.

Enjoyed before a meal, as an aperitif, bitters help to stimulate the appetite. Enjoyed after a meal, they can aid an upset stomach, as a digestif. 

Digestive bitters encourage positive digestive health. Bitters are used against ailments of the digestive system, such as bloating, gas, and cramps.

Documented use of digestive bitters abound in popularity from all four corners of the world. Many communities still swear by their digestive bitters as a staple for their overall digestive health. 

There is proof that the proper use of digestive bitters can aid against digestive distress due to eating rich foods or overeating. They help to relieve minor discomforts such as bloating, gas, and cramps of the digestive system. Also, bitters encourage a balanced, healthy appetite by priming the digestive system to receive food. 

Recent research suggest that natural bitters also help to encourage healthy digestion by keeping sugar cravings away encouraging healthy gut flora, and can also support and encourage a healthier appetite during weight loss and fasting.