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BitterLiebe contains the following natural herbs:

Scientific Name:Cynara scolymus

Family:Daisy (Asteraceae)

Ingredients: Cyanopikrin, Cynarin, Flavonoide

Effects:artichokes demonstrate healing properties fordigestive problems and high blood lipid levels. The bitters it contains canstimulate the metabolism and aid digestion, especially the digestion of fat. Soartichokes lower cholesterol levels, protect the liver and have a detoxifyingaction.

Scientific Name: Angelica archangelica

Family: Umbellifers (Apiaceae)

Ingredients: Essential oils, furanocoumarins, tanning agents, phenolic carboxylic acids

Effects: Substances found in the roots ofangelica relax and soothe stomach cramps and nerves. Thanks to its easingeffects, the root is used for bloating and mild gas.

Family: Curcuma longa

Familie/Gattung: Ginger plants (Zingberaceae)

Ingredients: Essential oils, curcuminoids

Effects: most well-known is the traditionaluse of the herb: its value as a digestive agent. Among other things, thecompounds it contains are believed to stimulate the liver to secrete more bileacids. These bind to dietary fat and make it more digestible.

Family: Gentianae radix

Familie/Gattung: Gentian family (Gentianaceae)

Ingredients: amarogentin, gentiopikrin

Effects: as the most powerful of nativebitters, gentian root helps against loss of appetite and digestive functiondisorders such as bloating and gas.

Family:Foeniculum vulgare

Ingredients: Umbellifers (Apiaceae)

Inhaltsstoffe: Essential oil, coumarin, flavonoids

Effects: fennel seeds can relieve coldsymptoms such as coughs and chills. it also aids digestion and relieves cramps,so that fennel, as fennel tea, for instance, helps against feeling bloated andover-full.

Scientific Name: Zingiber officinale Rosc.

Ingredients: Ginger plants (Zingberaceae)

Inhaltsstoffe: Gingerol, Shogaole, Zingerol

Effects: ginger root alleviates nausea andvomiting (anti-emetic effect), boosts the secretion of saliva and gastricjuices and promotes the flow of bile (cholagogic effect). this medicinal plantalso helps movement through the intestines (peristalsis).

Scientific Name: Elettaria cardamomum

Ingredients: Ginger plants (Zingberaceae)

Inhaltsstoffe: Borneol, Cineol, Campesterol, Terpinylacetat

Effects: cardamom is typically used fordigestive problems. Essential oils from cardamom seeds soothe the gut, easecramps, stimulate digestion and also help with gas. Cardamom also stimulatesthe bile ducts and salivary glands.

Scientific Name: Lavandula angustifolia

Family: labiates (Lamiaceae)


Essential oil of lavender, flavonoids, glycoside, lamiaceae tanning agents, saponin

Labiate family (Lamiaceae)

Effects: English lavender (Lavandulaangustifolia) is traditionally used internally and externally for restlessness,anxiety, insomnia and nervous digestive disorders.

Scientific name: Taraxacum officinale

Family/Genus: Compositae (Asteraceae)

Ingredients: essential oils, coumarins, tannins, mucilages, taraxacin

Effects:dandelion root is said to helpwith digestive problems such as bloating and gas. The plant's bitter substancespromote the production of digestive juices.

Scientific name: Citrus aurantium

Family/Genus: Citrus plants (Citrus)

Ingredients: flavonoids, limonoids

Effect: the bitters found in the rindstimulate the body’s digestive juices. This stimulates both appetite anddigestion itself. These include stomach cramps, feeling bloated after eating,gas, and even loss of appetite.

Scientific name: Achillea millefolium L.

Family/Genus: Compositae (Asteraceae)

Ingredients: essential oils, coumarins, flavonoids, tannins

Effects: among other things, yarrowcontains azulene, flavones, eucalyptol, bitters and tannins. These essential substanceshave a variety of effects, including anti-inflammatory, antibacterial,antispasmodic and hemostatic.

Scientific name: Nigella sativa

Family/Genus: Buttercup (Ranunculaceae)

Ingredients: essential oils, dithymoquinone, thymoquinone, thymol

Effects: thanks to its antihistamineproperties, nigella can help with allergies, lower blood pressure, alleviate digestiveproblems or alleviate skin problems such as psoriasis and eczema.

Scientific name: Centaurium erythraea

Family/Genus: Gentian family (Gentianaceae)

Ingredients: Amarogentine, Essential oils, Flavonides, Gentiopikrin, Sterols

Effects: centaury is highly versatile. Itshealing properties are particularly beneficial on the digestive system. Itcontains bitters which stimulate secretion of saliva, production of gastricjuices and the action of the pancreas, liver and gall bladder.

Scientific name: Artemisia absinthium

Family/Genus: Compositae (Asteraceae)

Ingredients: Absinthin, Anabsin, Artabsin, Essential oils, Flavonoids, Tanning agents

Effects: wormwood from medicinal herbs isused for digestive problems, cramps and gas. Wormwood also stimulates theappetite and alleviates the feeling of being over-full.

Scientific name: Curcuma zedoaria

Family/Genus: Ginger family (Zingberaceae)

Ingredients: essential oils, curcumin, zingiberene

Effects: Hildegard von Bingen is in factsaid to have recommended this citrus root for its powerful effect onParkinson’s disease. Zedoary also has a strengthening effect on the digestiveorgans and is also said to purify blood and ease cramps.