bitters

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    johnny22
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    I have been wondering that as you say, Able the grape or swedish bitters work by stimulating the nerve at the back of the tongue.

    Would anything really, really bitter work the same?

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    Able900
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    johnny22 wrote: I have been wondering that as you say, Able the grape or swedish bitters work by stimulating the nerve at the back of the tongue.
    Would anything really, really bitter work the same?

    I don’t know of any research done that’s been done concerning the vagus nerve and bitter tasting foods other than herbs.
    What did you have in mind?

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    johnny22
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    I was thinking neem (Azadirachta indica) leaves, one of the most bitter things known to man.

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