Everything about our new BLACK SEED AFRICAN BITTERS

Everything about our new BLACK SEED AFRICAN BITTERS

Bitters contain a mixture of solid or partially solid herbs immersed in liquid.

They are a great blood cleanse, liver cleanse and health boost!

For over 2,000 years black seed has served a multitude of purposes. Its historical applications range from alleviating headaches, toothaches, and conjunctivitis to addressing abscesses. Today, it remains a popular remedy for various respiratory ailments like asthma, coughs, bronchitis, and congestion, while also bolstering the immune system. Additionally, black seed proves beneficial for digestive issues such as gas, colic, diarrhea, and hemorrhoids.

Bitters serve as an effective aid in maintaining digestive balance over time. They naturally prompt the secretion of digestive enzymes, alleviating inflammation within the gastrointestinal tract. Moreover, they promote liver health and minimize gas and bloating. Whether added to seltzer, tea, or cocktails, bitters impart a pleasing taste. Enhance your digestive well-being with Black Seed Living Bitters, proudly made in the USA.


Ingredients: Black Seed, Burdock Root, Slippery Elm Bark, Sheep Sorrel, Watercress, Turkey Rhubarb Root, Blessed Thistle Leaves, Red Clover, Kelp, Astragalus Root, Milk Thistle Seed, Dandelion Root, Oat Straw, Chrysanthemum, Cat's Claw, Bitter Melon, Aloe Ferox, Cilantro, Chicory, Amla Amalak, Incan Berries, Spearmint, Bois Bande Root, Strong Black, Semi Contra, Sea Moss, Maca, Ginkgo Biloba, Gotu Kola, Distilled Water, Moringa Leaf, Ginger Roots, Neem Oil, Aloe Vera, Blessing Olive Oil, Camphor, Myrrh, Cardamom, Licorice Root, Manna, Juniper Berry, Senna Leaves, Fennel, Turmeric, Saffron, Cinnamon, Angelica Root, Hyssop Leaf & Flower, Peppermint Essential Oil, Zam Zam Water, Lime.

 So what's the tea?

🌿Bitter herbs are known for their bioactive constituents, which are compounds that have physiological effects on the body. These constituents are responsible for the bitter taste of these herbs and play a crucial role in their medicinal properties.

Let's explore some of the bioactive constituents found in bitter herbs and their effects:

Alkaloids: Many bitter herbs contain alkaloids such as polyphenols and quercetin in burdock root! Alkaloids often have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic properties. They can also affect neurotransmitter activity in the body, leading to various physiological responses.

Flavonoids: Bitter herbs like dandelion are rich in flavonoids, which have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and hepatoprotective effects. Flavonoids can help support liver function, reduce oxidative stress, and promote cardiovascular health.

Glycosides: Herbs such as bitter melon and gentian contain bitter-tasting glycosides, which can have hypoglycemic effects, making them beneficial for managing blood sugar levels in diabetes.

These bioactive constituents work synergistically within bitter herbs, contributing to their therapeutic benefits. Give our new Black Seed Bitters a try and enjoy support in various aspects of health, including digestion, immune function, inflammation, and detoxification. 

Herbal wonders inside the mix:

Black Seed: Rich in antioxidants, black seed has been linked to potential anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting effects.

Burdock Root: Known for its detoxifying properties, burdock root supports liver health and may aid in skin conditions like acne.

Slippery Elm Bark: Often used to soothe digestive issues such as heartburn and ulcers, slippery elm bark forms a protective layer in the stomach.

Sheep Sorrel: With high levels of antioxidants, sheep sorrel may have anti-inflammatory properties and could support immune function.

Watercress: Packed with vitamins and minerals, watercress is known to promote heart health and may help lower blood pressure.

Turkey Rhubarb Root: Used as a natural laxative, turkey rhubarb root can aid in digestive health and alleviate constipation.

Blessed Thistle Leaves: Traditionally used to stimulate appetite and aid digestion, blessed thistle leaves may also have anti-inflammatory properties.

Red Clover: Red clover is rich in isoflavones, which are believed to support hormonal balance and alleviate menopausal symptoms.

Kelp: A good source of iodine, kelp supports thyroid function and may help regulate metabolism.

Astragalus Root: Known for its immune-boosting properties, astragalus root is believed to enhance the body's resistance to stress and illness.

Milk Thistle Seed: Recognized for its liver-protective effects, milk thistle seed may help detoxify the liver and support its regeneration.

Dandelion Root: Often used as a natural diuretic, dandelion root promotes liver health and may aid in digestion.

Oat Straw: Rich in nutrients like vitamins B and E, oat straw is believed to support cognitive function and may help reduce anxiety.

Chrysanthemum: Commonly consumed as a tea, chrysanthemum is thought to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Cat's Claw: Known for its immune-boosting effects, cat's claw may also help reduce inflammation and promote joint health.

Bitter Melon: With potential blood sugar-regulating properties, bitter melon is often used in traditional medicine to manage diabetes.

Aloe Ferox: Similar to aloe vera, aloe ferox is used to soothe skin irritations and promote wound healing.

Cilantro: Rich in antioxidants, cilantro may help remove heavy metals from the body and support detoxification.

Chicory: A good source of prebiotic fiber, chicory root supports digestive health and may help relieve constipation.

Amla Amalak: Also known as Indian gooseberry, amla is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, supporting immune function and skin health.

Incan Berries: High in vitamin C and antioxidants, Incan berries may help boost the immune system and promote skin health.

Spearmint: Often used to aid digestion and alleviate nausea, spearmint has a refreshing flavor and aroma.

Bois Bande Root: Traditionally used as an aphrodisiac, bois bande root may also have potential benefits for men's reproductive health.

Strong Black: Rich in antioxidants and caffeine, strong black tea may help improve focus and boost energy levels.

Semi Contra: An herbal supplement with potential adaptogenic properties, semi contra may help the body adapt to stress.

Sea Moss: A source of vitamins and minerals, sea moss is believed to support thyroid health and may promote digestive health.

Maca: Known for its potential to enhance libido and energy levels, maca root is a popular adaptogen.

Ginkgo Biloba: Often used to improve cognitive function and circulation, ginkgo biloba may support memory and brain health.

Gotu Kola: With potential cognitive-enhancing effects, gotu kola is believed to support mental clarity and focus.

Distilled Water: Purified through distillation, distilled water is free from contaminants and is suitable for drinking and various household uses.

Moringa Leaf: Packed with nutrients, moringa leaf is believed to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Ginger Roots: Renowned for its digestive benefits, ginger root can alleviate nausea, indigestion, and inflammation.

Neem Oil: With antimicrobial properties, neem oil is used in skincare products to treat acne and soothe skin irritations.

Aloe Vera: Known for its soothing properties, aloe vera gel can be applied topically to relieve sunburn and promote wound healing.

Blessing Olive Oil: Rich in heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and antioxidants, olive oil may help reduce the risk of chronic diseases.

Camphor: Often used in aromatherapy, camphor has a cooling effect and may help alleviate respiratory congestion.

Myrrh: With potential antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, myrrh has been used for centuries in traditional medicine and religious rituals.

Cardamom: Known for its digestive benefits, cardamom can help alleviate gas, bloating, and indigestion.

Licorice Root: Often used to soothe sore throats and coughs, licorice root may have anti-inflammatory and expectorant properties.

Manna: A natural sweetener derived from tree sap, manna has been used traditionally for its nutritional and medicinal properties.

Juniper Berry: With diuretic properties, juniper berry may help support kidney function and reduce water retention.

Senna Leaves: A natural laxative, senna leaves are used to relieve constipation and promote bowel movements.

Fennel: Known for its digestive benefits, fennel seeds can help alleviate gas, bloating, and indigestion.

Turmeric: Renowned for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, turmeric may help reduce the risk of chronic diseases.

Saffron: With potential mood-enhancing effects, saffron is believed to alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety.

Cinnamon: Known for its blood sugar-regulating properties, cinnamon may help improve insulin sensitivity and lower cholesterol levels.

Angelica Root: Used in traditional medicine to promote digestion and relieve menstrual cramps, angelica root may have anti-inflammatory properties.

Hyssop Leaf & Flower: With potential expectorant and antimicrobial properties, hyssop may help relieve respiratory congestion and coughs.

Peppermint Essential Oil: Often used to alleviate headaches and improve digestion, peppermint essential oil has a cooling and refreshing effect.

Zam Zam Water: Considered holy water in Islam, Zam Zam water is believed to have spiritual and medicinal benefits.

Lime: Rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, lime juice may help boost the immune system and promote skin health.


 Grab a bottle and boost your health today


 We make no medical claims, and items are not FDA approved. do not utilize any of our products if you're pregnant, breastfeeding or have underlying health conditions. Always check with your physician before consuming these herbal products. 




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