Combat the holiday heaviness with our line of bitters and enzymes!We love to celebrate the holidays as much as the next person. The only difference is we know how to keep our bellies in check when it’s the season of indulgence. Say hello to our collection of bitters and enzymes, our fail-safe when it comes to keeping our digestion on track through the Thanksgiving feast.
Whether you’ve had too much turkey or your aunt’s cranberry sauce that isn’t agreeing with you, a dose of our Swedish Bitters is exactly what your belly is begging for when the holidays come.Our alcohol- and additive-free mixture of Swedish Bitters (US/CA) plays a surprisingly big role in helping your digestion. Basically, bitterness and digestion are BFFs. Bitterness helps stimulate bile production, breaking down fats, lessening feelings of fullness or gas, and promoting regularity. Pass the bitters, please! If you struggle with digestive issues, we’ve got news to make for a way better holiday season. Maria’s Swedish Bitters were developed by Austrian herbalist Maria Treben. Not only is it effective, it’s a natural tonic that blends traditional herbs used for generations to ease digestion. Flora offers a variety of bitters in addition to our alcohol-free formula. Other available products include:
- Maria's Swedish Bitters (US/CA)
- Gallexier Herbal Bitters (US/CA)
- Original Sweden Elixer (CA)
- Swedenbitters Dry Herbal Blend (CA)
Going ham on the holiday protein? An enzyme might be just what the doctor ordered.Our gluten-free, non-GMO enzyme blend (US/CA) gives your body’s natural enzymes a boost. Especially helpful for those holiday “diets” high in protein and fiber, this vegetarian formula helps provide relief from occasional heartburn, bloating, and indigestion—the holiday trifecta of doom. Plus, it helps maintain the overall health of your digestive system so you can keep on taking them into the New Year for a better you. In the meantime, it’s time to be thankful for better digestion. Happy Holidays!
Hillary Eaton is a Los Angeles based food and travel writer whose work has appeared in such publications as VICE, Food & Wine, Refinery 29, Complex and Los Angeles Times.