The Jagged Path
Spiced Rose Digestive Bitters
Spiced Rose embodies the sweet, fragrant taste of rose, followed by spicy, warm undertones that will sweep you off your feet!
Digestive bitters help to alleviate 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 reducing sugar cravings, encouraging healthy gut flora, and can also control one's appetite during weight loss and fasting.
I make all of my bitters in small batches, assuring quality control.
I start each batch during the dark moon, then extract them during the full moon. This assures the most positive energetic properties possible.
Each of my bitters formula--each individual bottle-- offers a hearty extract of a specific botanical, rich in full bodied taste and positive energy.
Bitters are perfect not only for digestive health, but also for ritual work. They make a unique flavor enhancement for mixed drinks or food recipes.
My Spiced Rose Bitters is the perfect addition to a cardamom rose cocktail, or stirred into a whipped topping for fruit.
In addition to being started and completed under the ideal phases of the moon, I have personally charged each bottle of bitters with love and positive energy. All it needs now is your intent and imagination.
Ingredients: Damask Rose, Dandelion Leaf, Cardamom, Ginger Root, Cinnamon Bark, Cayenne Pepper, Gluten-Free Alcohol
Suggestions for use: one dropper full is all that is needed to get the full benefit of this delicious herbal extract.
For use as a flavor enhancement:
Mild: 1-2 dropper fulls per cup
Moderate: 3-4 dropper fulls per cup
Strong: 5+ dropper fulls per cup
Not intended for use by anyone that is pregnant or breastfeeding.*Presented for educational purposes; sold as a curio only. Statements not reviewed by the FDA; per FDA’s requirement, item is not intended for human consumption. Information not meant to take the place of medical advice. *