Last Updated on May 26, 2020
I’ve been working with Swedish Bitters for a long time now, probably 30 years. I’ve been taking Swedish bitters since I was a teenager.
Swedish Bitters is a fantastic formula that has been around since the 1540s. That’s a long time for one herbal medicine.
Swedish Bitters are probably the world’s longest known herbal medicine still in use today.
There were no pharmaceutical drugs in 1540, but there were Swedish Bitters, and it worked.
Samuel Hardiman was the person who came up with homeopathy. He also came up with the formula for Swedish Bitters.
Think about the word bitters. It’s got many different herbs in it that have a fantastic effect on the digestive system.
If there’s one medicine you want to take to restore gut function, this is the golden ticket you’ve wanted. But you need to get the right kind of Swedish Bitters.
It’s got myrrh in it; it’s got camphor in it, it’s got many different herbs in it that have a really good effect on killing, on cleansing.
It’s very powerful.
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You need to take care with it. One drop is maybe all you start with, and you can eventually build up to four or five milliliters, so it’s a small amount that you need.
What would you use Swedish Bitters for? You would use it for digestive restoration. You would use it to stimulate a stomach that’s slack and lazy and needs stimulating.
You can use Swedish Bitters to increase pancreatic function.
You would use it to get rid of Candida, parasites, bacteria.
But remember, it’s powerful, and you need to have a lot of respect for Swedish Bitters. For many people who first start taking it, they don’t like it because they get side effects.
You can start with a low dose and gradually build up and use it as a course of treatment for three or four months or more.
I prefer Swedish Bitters to be used in low-dose, long-term, rather than high-dose, short-term.
Swedish Bitters also have a nice effect on the colon itself. There are particular herbs in there that allow proper fermentation of food residues in the colon, contributing to very good levels of beneficial bacteria.
In some sense, Swedish Bitters almost act like prebiotics.
Swedish Bitters allows food to be better digested and absorbed.
Swedish Bitters are good also good for Candida. However, in the early stages when you’re going to treat a Candida infection, it may not be the best thing to use.
You’re better off initially using a product that’s an anti-fungal/anti-microbial. Consider starting with CanXida Remove, a product I developed. It’s a nice product to begin cleaning up the gut.
When you start improving, if you want to finish off the gut and get it to a high level of health, you can add Swedish Bitters to your routine.