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    Thomas
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    Hi Able,
    As a kid I got this terrible bitter tea to drink when I was sick. I just happen to think about it and wonder if you allow this herb for us. Trying to find a good alocholfree bitter here in Sweden is difficult but that herb is so terrible bitter that I wonder if it would do the job you where talking about. That off the bitter activation in the mouth. Then its written to that this herb is, I quote:

    Extracts of the plant have shown to exhibit strong antimicrobial activity, especially against Gram-positive pathogenic bacteria.

    here is a link to more info:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artemisia_absinthium

    cheers
    Thomas

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    Able900
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    Greetings, Thomas.

    Artemisia absinthium is the scientific name of “wormwood” which you may have seen in your readings. The herb contains a high content of bitter ingredients which definitely makes for a better digestion process. I see no problem with using this herb for your purpose.

    Able

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    raster
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    This herb is also used to make absinthe…wish I could drink some!

    -Raster

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    Thomas
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    Thanks guys!!!!

    cheers
    Thomas

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