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Amara Drops

A dietary supplement to support normal digestion*

1.7FL OZ (50ml) | Price: US$29.00

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Amara Drops

How to use

7 to 10 drops 3-4 times daily before meals and at bedtime.

CAUTIONS:
If pregnant or breast-feeding consult a health professional before use. Keep out of reach of children.

A dietary supplement to support normal digestion*

Stomach discomfort and digestive imbalance is calmed and regulated with these powerful drops. It’s a synergetic blend of bitter herbs that soothes and supports your normal digestive process.

Bitter extracts of yarrow, centaury, chicory, yellow gentian root and dandelion stimulate increased secretion of the gastric juices that are key to the digesetive process. Extracts of garden sage, masterwort, wormwood and juniper calm and soothe your nervous stomach symptoms. Stimulate healthy digestion and find quick, calming relief from an upset stomach. A healthy, happy digestive system in just a few easy drops – that’s a diagnosis that’s easy to swallow.

*This statement has not been evaluated by FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Supplement FactsYarrow (herb) extracts 64.8mg
Garden Sage (leaf) extract 32.4mg
Chicory (whole plant) extract 19.44mg
Yellow gentian (root) extract 14.58mg
Dandelion (whole plant) extract 12.96mg
Masterwort (rhizome) extract 4.86mg
Wormwood (herb) extract 4.86mg
Centaury (herb) extract 1.62mg
Juniper (tips) extract 1.62mg Daily value not established


Other Ingredients
Contains 33% v/v, Water.

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)

Dandelion grows in most temperate regions of Europe and Asia. It is approved by Commission E for dyspeptic complaints and loss of appetite. In Indian Medicine, it is used for flatulence and colic (see PDR for Herbal Medicines, 2nd Ed., p. 245).

Yellow gentian (Gentiana lutea)

The plant is indigenous to the mountainous regions of central and southern Europe, and cultivated in many other regions. It is aproved by Commission E for dyspeptic complaints and loss of appetite. Folk medicine uses include alleviation of loss of appetite, fullness and flatulence. It is used in homeopathy for digestive disorders (see PDR for Herbal Medicines, 2nd Ed., p. 837).

Centaury (Centaurium erythraea)

The plant is found in the Mediterranean region and as far as Britain and Scandinavia. It is also cultivated in the U.S. Centaury increases gastric secretion and salivation because of the typical bitter reaction. Its effect for loss of appetite, stomach complaints and syspepsia can also be attributed to the amaroids. It is approved by Commission E for dyspeptic complaints and loss of appetite (see PDR for Herbal Medicines, 2nd Ed., p. 175).