BANO Arlberg Swedish Bitters

Ideal after heavy meals

  • Made from selected herbs & roots
  • Sugar-free

  • Free From Sugar
  • € 13,99 (€ 2,80 / 100 ml)

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Item no.: XFA-BA-24002, Content: 500 ml

EAN: 9002081201025

  • Made from selected herbs & roots
  • Sugar-free

  • Free From Sugar
200 ml: € 8,79 (€ 4,40 / 100 ml)
500 ml: € 13,99 (€ 2,80 / 100 ml)

Description

Made with selected roots and herbs. The Swedish bitters can be taken after heavy meals. This product has been well loved since the 17th century! It contains only alcohol, water and alcoholic herbal extracts.

Which herbs are included in the recipe?

  • Angelica root, calamus root, sweet orange peel, nutmeg, gentian root, wormwood herb, centaury, cinnamon bark and saffron.

Recommended use:

  • Take one teaspoon 3 times daily after meals (about 5ml) diluted with water or tea.
Manufacturer: BANO
Diets & Dietary Restrictions: Sugar-Free
Categories: Plant Extracts
Product Features: No Synthetic Additives, Free From Sugar
Pharmaceutical form: Liquid, Care & Cosmetics
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This product contains alcohol and may thus not be delivered to persons under the age of 18. By placing the order you confirm having reached the legal minimum age. Please act responsibly when dealing with the consumption of this product.

Ingredients

  • Purified Water
  • Alcohol
  • Herbal Extracts
  • Caramel Colour (E150d) [1]
  • 15ml contains an extract:
    • 182mg Angelica Root
    • 182mg Nutmeg
    • 121mg Sweet Orange Peel
    • 121mg Calamus Root
    • 61mg Wormwood
    • 61mg Centaury
    • 61mg Cinnamon
    • 61mg Gentian Root
    • Saffron
  1. Colourings

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