Appetite Loss? Digestive Concerns? Amara-Pascoe Can Help!
Amara-Pascoe 50 ml oral drops are used in herbal medicine as a digestive bitter. Pascoe's herbal digestive bitter drops support digestive function and help to increase bile flow, and stimulate the appetite.
What is Amara Pascoe?
Amara 50 ml drops is a digestive bitter. As the name implies, Amara is made with the alcohol-based extracts of naturally sourced bitter-tasting ingredients: Cinchona, Gentian, Bitter Orange, and Cinnamon. Digestive bitters are traditionally used to stimulate appetite, improve digestion, and promote gut health. Digestive bitters encourage the release of stomach acid, bile, and digestive enzymes. Digestive bitters also support the liver to slow the rate that sugar enters the bloodstream. Digestive bitters may also increase the absorption of nutrients and support your immune system. They are an easy remedy to add to your daily routine.
So, when your digestion needs a little extra support, try Pascoe's herbal remedy. Amara will provide relief of your day-to-day digestive concerns. The potent bouquet of bitter herbs each has its own unique and specific action in the body. This is what makes Amara the ultimate formula for strengthening your digestion. Amara offers natural, quick, and long-term relief of symptoms. This includes a loss of appetite, sluggish digestion, and symptoms of bloating.
Stimulate Your Appetite and Digestive System
PASCOE Amara Pascoe stimulates appetite by promoting the secretion of digestive juices in the digestive tract. Importantly, an adequate amount of stomach acid is essential for breaking down food. Stomach acid also protects you from parasites and bacterium. The bitterness of gentiana stimulates the bitter receptors. Bitter taste receptors are found on your tongue, stomach, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas. Gentian increases digestive juices and digestive enzymes. This helps improve symptoms of appetite loss, indigestion, and gas. The bitter herb cinchona also stimulates appetite by promoting the secretion of digestive juices. The digestive bitter compounds of cinchona include the alkaloids and quinovin. These compounds encourage the release of saliva and improve weak digestive function. Cinchona effectively relieves symptoms of bloating and fullness.
Ease Digestive Disturbances
The active ingredients in Amara not only ease indigestion, but also relieve symptoms of bloating, gas, and nausea.The medicinal ingredient, cinnamon bark, is a carminative. This means it has a calming effect on the body to aid in the digestion of fats and settle indigestion. The anti-inflammatory herb promotes intestinal motility and treats digestive health complaints. This includes loss of appetite, bloating, flatulence, and mild cramping. Bitter orange, while used as a bitter flavour enhancer, stimulates appetite to aid digestion. Bitter orange also supports liver and gastric-juice deficiencies. According to the German Commission E, bitter orange is used to treat indigestion, low stomach acidity, and heartburn. The bitter flavour also relieves dyspeptic symptoms and improves appetite.
Benefits of Pascoe's Digestive Bitter - Amara
Supports digestive function
Helps to increase bile flow
Relieves digestive disturbances and dyspepsia
Helps with loss of appetite, bloating, and sluggish digestion
Made with naturally sourced medicinal ingredients
Pascoe's remedy is suitable for ages 12 and older
Available in 50 mL oral drops
Amara - The Secret Weapon for Healthy Digestion!
The best time to use bitter herbs is 15 to 30 minutes pre-meal. The Pascoe remedy is made from natural ingredients extracted in ethanol. Amara should be diluted in warm water. Simply use Amara drops 3 times daily, dosing 45-60 drops. Amara will stimulate the production of bile and prime your stomach and digestive system for efficient digestion.
If you are predisposed to heartburn, it is advised you start your own bitter at a very low dose. Increase slowly as tolerated.
Used in Herbal Medicine to help increase bile flow. Gentian is traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to help relieve digestive disturbance/dyspepsia.
Stomach and duodenal ulcers, pregnancy, hypersensitivity to quinine, quinidine, cinnamon or peruvian balm.
Hypersensitivity reactions such as skin allergies or fever may occasionally occur after the use of medicinal products that contain quinine. There have been rare reports of increased bleeding tendencies from reduced platelet counts. If this occurs, see a healthcare practitioner immediately. Predisposed patients may occasionally experience headaches after the use of medicinal products that contain Gentian Root.