Salus-Haus – Floradix Gallexier Herbal Bitters – 8.5 oz

Salus-Haus – Floradix Gallexier Herbal Bitters – 8.5 oz

Salus-Haus - Floradix Gallexier Herbal Bitters - 8.5 oz



Gallexier Herbal Bitters Contains Artichoke, Dandelion And Eight Selected Herbs For The Assistance Of Digestion And Detoxification, Liver And Gall Bladder Function, And Stimulation Of The Appetite. (Kosher) Gallexier Herbal Bitters Constitutes A Particularly Mild Herb Bitter, Recommended Either As An Appetizer To Accompany Or To Round Off The Main Meal Of The Day. Gallexier Herbal Bitters Is Beneficial After Fatty And Heavy Foods And Helps Make Food More Enjoyable. Gallexier Herbal Bitters Contains No Alcohol And Can, Therefore, Be Enjoyed By Those Whose System Is Particularly Sensitive To Alcohol. Unique Company Features: At Flora, We Have Been Manufacturing And Supplying Quality Herbal Remedies For Distribution In The United States Since 1988, But Our Roots Stretch Back To Germany In The Early 1900’s, Where Dr. Otto Greither, Grandfather Of The Current Owner Thomas Greither, Dedicated His Life To The Discovery, Production And Distribution Of Natural Health Care Products. We Have Preserved His Original Dedication To Perfect European Herbal Remedies That Ensure Maximum Purity, Quality And Potency. Product Specifications: 8.5 Oz.

$ 15.99

Salus-Haus - Floradix Gallexier Herbal Bitters - 8.5 oz

  • To Support The Functioning Of The Stomach, Liver And Gall Bladder System
  • Promotes The Digestion Of Fatty And Heavy Foods
  • Assists Gastro-Intestinal Digestion, Reducing Indigestion, Gas Pains And Flatulence
  • Stimulates Gall Bladder Activity, Promoting Bile Flow

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This information may not fit your specific health circumstances and is only intended to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or qualified healthcare provider. This information is not meant to cover all possible uses, interactions, precautions, or effects. Please consult your healthcare provider to address your specific health circumstances.

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