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    Thomas
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    Hi guys,
    I got finally my hand on the Digestive Grape Bitters.
    How do I use them how many drops do I take. Do I take them in water or drop them
    under the tongue.

    thanks
    Thomas

    #67010

    theresa49638
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    I got the gel pills, not sure if they are OK. I got Swedish Bitters. That what health food store gave me. I take 2 3x day

    #67012

    monita
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    Hi Thomas,

    As far as I can tell, i think it is better to have the liquid form as it is the bitter response on the tongue that causes the bile duct to react. That was my understanding anyway but it may not matter. Able mentioned in another post that you take half a dropper full after meals. Mine didn’t come with a dropper so I have been taking half a teaspoon. Able has since confirmed that this is the right amount.

    Hope this helps. 🙂

    #67014

    Thomas
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    Thank you! I have a dropper and took 25 drops in a glass of water. It was quite bitter! Do you take it straight? Is it not too strong?

    thanks
    Thomas

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    Able900
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    Thomas;
    No, they’re not too bitter once you get used to them, and you can follow them with lots of water in order to flush out the liver.

    But you should be taking the bitters directly into the mouth and not in water. Drop slightly less than half a dropper full directly onto the back of the tongue. Don’t be in a big hurry to swallow it, but don’t keep it there indefinitely either.
    Our bitter receptors are located towards of the back of the tongue, and when the herbs come into contact with these receptors they stimulate the vagus nerve which in turn causes a stimulation of the flow of natural digestive juices from the exocrine glands of the mouth, stomach, pancreas, duodenum, and liver, and this produces a better digestion and helps with a range of conditions caused by inefficient or allergy-distorted digestion.

    Able

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    Thomas
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    Able900 wrote: Thomas;
    No, they’re not too bitter once you get used to them, and you can follow them with lots of water in order to flush out the liver.

    But you should be taking the bitters directly into the mouth and not in water. Drop slightly less than half a dropper full directly onto the back of the tongue. Don’t be in a big hurry to swallow it, but don’t keep it there indefinitely either.
    Our bitter receptors are located towards of the back of the tongue, and when the herbs come into contact with these receptors they stimulate the vagus nerve which in turn causes a stimulation of the flow of natural digestive juices from the exocrine glands of the mouth, stomach, pancreas, duodenum, and liver, and this produces a better digestion and helps with a range of conditions caused by inefficient or allergy-distorted digestion.

    Able

    Whow how do you know all this!!! I am amazed! 🙂 thanks. Will do!!

    cheers
    Thomas

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