Dr Shades Bitters 9 by QuickSilver Scientific 1.7 oz
The moment bitters touch our tongue they light up our body and brain. We have over two dozen specialized receptors that detect bitter molecules, lining our tongues, nose, sinuses, lungs, heart, intestines and more.
Bitter herbs such as dandelion can support healthy liver, gallbladder, kidney and urinary tract function. Milk thistle can support detoxification via the liver. Solidago can act as a kidney and urinary tract tonic. Burdock may support healthy blood and healthy pancreas. Essential oils such as myrrh and clove may have broad antimicrobial activity; juniper oil can help the urinary tract; and sweet orange adds flavor and can be calming and uplifting.
Each 1 mL of Dr. Shades Bitters No.9® delivers 271 mg of a proprietary bitters blend. A serving size is 2 pumps. Each bottle contains 50 271-mg servings.
A proprietary blend of dandelion, milk thistle, solidago (goldenrod), gentian, burdock, sweet orange essential oil, myrrh, juniper essential oil, and clove essential oil, this liposomal bitters formula harkens to the medicinal herb tinctures and digestifs of Old Europe. However, this liposomal bitters blend is specially formulated to promote healthy gall bladder/bile flow and robust liver function to promote detoxification. Delicious neat or pumped into seltzer water, Dr. Shades Bitters #9 complements any meal.
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