INGREDIENTS: Dandelion Root (O), Anise (O), Astragalus Root (O), Ceylon Cinnamon (O), Yarrow (O), Skullcap (O), Thyme (O), Hops (O), Icelandic Moss & Vegetable Glycerin (Organic, Vegan, Wheat Free, Gluten Free & Non GMO).
SUGGESTED USE: Take 1-2 dropperfuls sublingually OR add to 2-4 oz of water 30 minutes before meals as needed. Take up to 6 times per day.
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WC = Wild Crafted O = Organic
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*Store away from heat and light.
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Appetite Boost benefits
. Dandelion Root :
Dandelion root is traditionally used as a gentle digestive bitter to improve digestion, increase bile flow choleretic, and relieve nausea and vomiting and improve appetite. The bitter constituents in dandelion increase bile flow, and act as an appetite stimulant.
. Anise :
Anise is used for upset stomach, intestinal gas, “runny nose,” and as an expectorant to increase productive cough, as a diuretic to increase urine flow, and as an appetite stimulant
. Astragalus Root :
has been found to significantly alter gastrointestinal toxicity in patients undergoing chemotherapy and stimulate appetite where it would normally be almost nonexistent due to treatment.
. Ceylon Cinnamon :
The oils found in Ceylon cinnamon are said to soothe spasms, lower cholesterol and reduce gas pain in the abdomen. Little amounts of cinnamon can also stimulate your appetite.
. Yarrow :
Yarrow can improve food intake through increased bile flow and stimulating the secretion of digestive enzymes It seems that effective manipulation of ghrelin secretion by herbal medicines in order to improve appetite provides alternatives with lower cost and fewer side effects.
. Skullcap :
also known as Scutellaria lateriflora is indicated in some studies to help for anorexia nervosa (diminished appetite).
. Thyme :
Reduce gasses and bloating and stimulates bile which increases proper digestion therefore bringing on a appetite.
. Hops :
are high in bitter substances. The two primary bitter constituents are known as humulone and lupulone. These are thought to be responsible for the appetite-stimulating properties of hops. Hops also contain about 1–3% volatile oils.
. Icelandic Moss :
is used as a bitterness to stimulate appetite