How To Take Digestive Bitters

by Urban Moonshine September 15, 2017

No refrigeration is required, and we make two TSA-approved sizes. Here are a few pro suggestions for creating healthy habits: keep a digestive bitter spray in your purse at all times—that way if you are eating out, you always have a remedy for an upset tummy, gas & bloating or occasional heartburn.

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Moonshine Popsicles: Frozen Digestif Treats

by Aisling Badger August 04, 2017

What if you could soothe your sweet tooth with a popsicle treat that improved your gut, curbed your sugar cravings and gave you relief from any other digestive upset?

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An Herbalist’s Travel Apothecary

by Guest Blogger July 28, 2017 2 Comments

The older I get the more I love the adventure of traveling, and as opportunities continually come up, it gets harder and harder to stay put.

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Heartburn and Proton Pump Inhibitors: A Case Study in Drug-Like Mentality

by Guido Masé July 12, 2017 1 Comment

Heartburn Proton Pump Inhibitor -- Bitters

One of the big lessons I learned from studying medicinal plants is that, when a health concern isn’t an immediate emergency, it is better to focus on supporting the living human...

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Natural Solutions To Occasional Heartburn

by Aisling Badger June 28, 2017

Bitters: Natural Solution to Occasional Heartburn

Contrary to popular belief, in most cases heartburn is not caused by too much stomach acid, but too little. Although we feel heartburn in our chest...

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Solutions: Four Herbs To Calm Your Nervous Stomach

by Aisling Badger June 02, 2017

Herbs to Calm Your Stomach -- Calm Tummy Bitterse 

We all know the feeling; we get a little queasy, or bloated, there’s a tight knot in the pit of our belly, or those nervous butterflies.

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Chamomile: A Popular Herb With A Strong Record Of Safety

by Guido Masé June 02, 2017

German chamomile Matricaria recutita, also known as Matricaria chamomilla or Chamomilla recutita is one of the best-known medicinal herbs in the world...

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Five Ways To Stop Your Sugar Cravings

by Aisling Badger May 24, 2017

What happens if you eat too much sugar? Sugar is a primary life source, and our bodies require it for energy. The body responds quickly to sugar as...

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Feed Your Microbiome!

by Aisling Badger April 19, 2017 1 Comment

Feed Your Microbiome -- Dandelion Root

If you ask an herbalist, they will be sure to tell you that what you put into your body matters, and that digestion is the root of great health.

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Apple Cider Vinegar Bitters: New England Practicality, European Wisdom

by Guido Masé November 25, 2016

Cider Vinegar Bitters

New England is rich in apples, and every fall, pressed and fermented into cider, he had access to endless quantities of raw, natural vinegar. Some of the classic uses...

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Traditions and the Importance of Bitterness at our Table

by Aisling Badger November 20, 2016 1 Comment

Traditions and the Importance of Bitterness at the Table

The holidays are known as the season of indulgence, and we should allow ourselves to partake in the merriment of eating together, because who wants to lose out on that? 

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Detox and Metabolism: Supporting the Liver’s Crucial Role in Health

by Guido Masé September 15, 2016 5 Comments

Detox and Metabolism--Artichoke for liver health

The liver, a three-pound sponge full of blood that is lodged just around the lower right ribs, is our tireless defender. It daily throws itself in front of a barrage of chemistry...

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