Soothe belly woes with Digestive Bitters. Dandelion and burdock support the liver and the GI tract, promoting optimal digestion. This dynamic duo can help with the elimination of metabolic waste, helping to further promote the bioavailability of vitamins and minerals from food. Let the design of the digestive system work its magic.*
Cautions: Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if you are pregnant or have a gallbladder disease
Ingredients + Benefits
Dandelion Root - is a nomadic weed that has traveled to many crevices and corners of the world. Rich in vitamins A, B complex, and C, as well as minerals like iron, potassium, and zinc, this resilient weed supports the liver through fortification.
Burdock Root - can be found sprouting on the borders of fields, roadsides, and empty spaces — settling into spaces otherwise ignored. This nourishing liver tonic supports the lymphatic system by helping to process and eliminate fats and toxins.
Mullein - is a weedy plant and member of the snapdragon family that sets up camp and grows all over our planet. Tonic in nature, this fuzzy flower is a traditional support for the respiratory system, subduing inflammation and toning tissue over time.Full Ingredients:
Organic Burdock Root Extract, Organic Dandelion Root Extract, Organic Artichoke Leaf Extract, Organic Mullein Leaf Extract, Organic Cane Alcohol, Water.
*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Wooden Spoon Herbs is a small-batch herbal apothecary. Rather than tap into the booming global herb trade, where herbs are imported from myriad countries and travel countless miles, these products are thoughtfully made with American-grown herbs, sourced directly from the farmers that grow them.
Wooden Spoon Herbs offers plant medicines in every approachable incarnation - tinctures, salves, creams, sprays, syrups - and strive to bring you high vibrations in every package.
Wooden Spoon Herbs aims to inspire and empower their community to take self-care into their own hands in a very real and connected way. Seasonal medicine, staying close to their roots, and utilizing the bounty of their bioregion are at the forefront of their creations.