Dandy Tummy Bitters Recipe

These homemade bitters with fennel seeds and dandelion root should be taken before or after a meal to help stimulate digestion.



Winter 2016-2017

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    Take a drop or two of these dandelion bitters before or after a meal to help with digestion.
    Photo by Erin McIntosh with Mountain Rose Herbs
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Is your digestive system ready for a big feast? Just a drop or two of any bitter herb on the tongue will help stimulate healthy digestion before or after a meal. In addition to dandelion’s bitterness, the aromatics from the fennel, ginger, and orange will help with uncomfortable post-dessert bloat.

Learn more about bitter plants, and which ones you can plant in your home garden, in the article Bitters: The Missing Flavor.


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