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The Long Life Elixir!

Swedish Bitters (also known as Swedish Herbs) have been around since the middle 1500's! This mixture was invented as a digestive supplement, but it's effects far outweigh the original intent a thousand fold! Swedish Bitters are one of the best known herbal remedies world wide.

The knowledge of Swedish Bitters as an herbal remedy was brought to the public's eye by writings of the famous Austrian herbalist, Maria Treben, in her book " Health Through God's Pharmacy". Maria explains how she came to use this age old remedy to treat hundreds of ailments.

History and How To Use Swedish Bitters
How to make your own "super powered" Swedish Bitters!

Concentrated Pure Swedish Bitters
non alcoholic
11 Herb Concentrate

Ingredient list: Angelica Root, Theriac, Rhubarb Root, Myrrh, Zedoary, Carline Thistle Root, Champhor, Aloe, Manna, Senna Leaves and Saffron Powder.

30 ml (1 oz)



Dried Swedish Herbs
16 herb dry mixture
Make your own "super powered"
Swedish Bitters
Makes approximately 1 liter
of super-powered
Swedish Bitters
3.5 oz bag
Ingredient list: Nutmeg, Wormwood, Angelica Root, Theriac, Rhubarb Root, Myrrh, Zedoary, Purified Infuscial Ground Earth, Gentian Root, Alumina Red Clay, Carline Thistle Root, Mace, Champhor Powder, Raiz de Tormentila, Senna Leaves and Saffron Powder.

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"These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat any diseases."

The above is a Government ORDERED statement.
It is NOT based in either reality or sanity.
Just like our Government.

In a landmark decision on Friday, Jan. 15, 1999, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that
the health claim rules imposed by the FDA unconstitutional and in violation of the Administrative Procedure Act.
The court instructed the FDA to allow the use of disclaimers on labels rather than to suppress these claims outright.
The court further held prohibiting nutrient disease relationship claims invalid under the first Amendment to the Constitution.