Napiers Mallow Digestive Blend
A herbal food supplement to support the digestive system
A herbal digestif and food supplement designed to support the gastrointestinal system and improve digestion. Particularly helpful for people whose diets encourage high stomach acidity.
Extracts such as tinctures or essences offer a convenient alternative to herbal teas. Many are used in food, food supplements, cosmetics and as an ingredient by herbalists in prescription formulas.
100ml / 500ml / 1Litre Bottle. Not currently available to customers in the EU.
Vegetarians and vegans.
Contains: Sugar beet ethanol (alcohol), Aqua, German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita),
Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria), Marshmallow Root (Althaea officinalis) and Liquorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra).
If you wish to avoid alcohol, put a teaspoonful of the blend into half a cup of hot water from the kettle and wait for five minutes. The hot water will evaporate off much of the alcohol.DIRECTIONS
Adults: Take 5ml in a little water followed by a glass of water, up to 3 times a day after meals, unless otherwise directed by a practitioner.
Do not exceed the stated dose.
Contains liquorice people suffering from hypertension should avoid excessive consumption. Contains alcohol. Not all herbs are suitable in pregnancy, breastfeeding or for young children, or if you are unwell, or taking any medication. If in doubt, please ask us, your medical herbalist or healthcare practitioner. This product is not intended for use by a person under the age of 18. Please visit our page for further contraindications.
Bottles: The 100ml dropper bottles are made from environmentally sustainable Cosmetic Glass, as they are fully recyclable, and are manufactured using 40% recycled content from external sources. Recycling code: 70 - GL (Glass - Mixed). The 500ml and 1 Litre bottles are made from recyclable amber PET. Recycling code: 01.
Dropper Lid and Screw Top Lids: Mixed plastic. Recycling code: 07.
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Napiers the Herbalists was founded by Duncan Napier, a Victorian botanist and the most famous herbalist in Scotland.