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Happy Belly Bitters | Chocolate Mint, Artichoke Leaf, Marshmallow Root

Night Heron Farm

Happy Belly Bitters | Chocolate Mint, Artichoke Leaf, Marshmallow Root

$16.00

A tasty bitter to support liver health and efficient, happy digestion, Happy Belly Bitters are most effective if taken about 15 minutes before a meal (but work great just after a feast as well) because the bitter taste sends an immediate signal to the liver to produce more bile, which greatly eases digestion all the way to your small intestine! With divinely scented chocolate mint - which grows densely understory to Night Heron Farm's raspberry bushes and smells like an ice cream shop when harvested - is cooling and soothing to digestion and any inflamed tissues, liver-supporting and stimulating artichoke leaf, calming and anti-inflammatory anise hyssop, and mucilaginous-rich, deeply healing and nutritive marshmallow root, this beautiful blend nourishes as it soothes and helps the good things flow.

1fl oz

Chocolate mint*, artichoke leaf*, marshmallow root* + anise hyssop* infused into brandy

*All plants grown with love and organic practices in Night Heron Farm’s mountainside California garden.

Shake firmly. Best taken 15 minutes before a meal, or after.

Night Heron Farm founders Alena and Danny lovingly tend to, nurture, and grow every medicinal herb in their blends on their beyond-organic land set atop the slopes of a gentle mountain two miles inland from the southern California coast. Their garden is nourished by the coastal fog that rolls in and out of the canyon, surrounded by high and dry ridgelines, but held in the dense embrace of a healthy oak woodland.  

They utilize more-than-organic practices, honoring the biodiversity of the forest they call home: working to build their soil with rich compost, minimal tilling, and cover crops to reduce their water needs and honor the reality of drought in southern California.  

Danny (who draws all the tiny paintings on the tincture labels) grew up in the mountains nearby and spent many years as a working artist before becoming interested in growing medicinal plants. Alena grew up in the deciduous jungles of the Southeast and has spent the last decade as an organic farmer and native plant gardener. They met during an apprenticeship at a medicinal herb farm and have been growing and making medicine together ever since.

The Intention

A tasty bitter to support liver health and efficient, happy digestion, Happy Belly Bitters are most effective if taken about 15 minutes before a meal (but work great just after a feast as well) because the bitter taste sends an immediate signal to the liver to produce more bile, which greatly eases digestion all the way to your small intestine! With divinely scented chocolate mint - which grows densely understory to Night Heron Farm's raspberry bushes and smells like an ice cream shop when harvested - is cooling and soothing to digestion and any inflamed tissues, liver-supporting and stimulating artichoke leaf, calming and anti-inflammatory anise hyssop, and mucilaginous-rich, deeply healing and nutritive marshmallow root, this beautiful blend nourishes as it soothes and helps the good things flow.

1fl oz

The Ingredients

Chocolate mint*, artichoke leaf*, marshmallow root* + anise hyssop* infused into brandy

*All plants grown with love and organic practices in Night Heron Farm’s mountainside California garden.

The Ritual

Shake firmly. Best taken 15 minutes before a meal, or after.

The Night Heron Farm Story

Night Heron Farm founders Alena and Danny lovingly tend to, nurture, and grow every medicinal herb in their blends on their beyond-organic land set atop the slopes of a gentle mountain two miles inland from the southern California coast. Their garden is nourished by the coastal fog that rolls in and out of the canyon, surrounded by high and dry ridgelines, but held in the dense embrace of a healthy oak woodland.  

They utilize more-than-organic practices, honoring the biodiversity of the forest they call home: working to build their soil with rich compost, minimal tilling, and cover crops to reduce their water needs and honor the reality of drought in southern California.  

Danny (who draws all the tiny paintings on the tincture labels) grew up in the mountains nearby and spent many years as a working artist before becoming interested in growing medicinal plants. Alena grew up in the deciduous jungles of the Southeast and has spent the last decade as an organic farmer and native plant gardener. They met during an apprenticeship at a medicinal herb farm and have been growing and making medicine together ever since.

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