The liver performs the vital task of detoxifying the body, a function essential for good health. Gallexier contains artichoke leaves, dandelion and 10 other medicinal bitter herbs known for centuries as being beneficial for the liver and gallbladder.
What is Gallexier?
Gallexier is an alcohol-free aperitif that can be taken before or after meals, consisting of artichoke, dandelion and other bitter herbs that combine to give support to the gastrointestinal function. It helps to prevent indigestion and to relieve the unpleasant sensation of fullness and bloating experienced after heavy or fatty meals. Among the best digestive aids are herbal bitters however, much of their benefit can be lost if you take them in pill form. It is actually the bitter taste in the mouth that triggers the majority of the benefits.
We have 4 different types of taste buds on the surface of our tongues, to discern what is wholesome and what is not good for us. These papillae allow us to taste sour, sweet, salty, and bitter.
In our diet today, there exists almost no bitter taste, no bitter substances at all. In general, we have overloaded the sweet side and eliminated bitter foods from our diet. It is fairly obvious that a lack of bitter taste has had a dramatic effect on our metabolic system especially after a few generations.
- Supports the gastrointestinal functioning
- Promotes the digestion of fatty and heavy foods.
- Assists gastrointestinal digestion, reducing indigestion, gas pains and flatulence.
- Improves the appetite.
- Alcohol-free aid to digestion.
- Arrests the bloated feeling accompanying heavy meals.
Gallexier Herbal Bitters consist of artichoke leaves, dandelion and ten other medicinal herbs known for centuries as beneficial. Two particularly strong and well-known bitters in this formula are taraxacin the active ingredient in dandelion root and cynarin, the active ingredient in artichoke. This liquid formula contains no bile acids, additives or preservatives and offers a pleasant tasting, mellow herbal bitter preparation that is free from alcohol, which is of benefit to those whose liver and gall bladder systems are particularly sensitive to alcohol. It is also free from chemical preservatives, artificial flavouring or harmful ingredients and does not contain raw sugar. Gallexier helps prevent thickening of bile and it makes it possible to enjoy food even more through the virtues of proper digestion. Manufactured for more than 50 years, all of the ingredients in Gallexier have been selected according to health food principles. Gallexier's taste is tempered by aromatic herbs and fruit sugars, making this elixir ideal as an aperitif, or an after-meal digestive. The body easily absorbs this liquid tonic. The qualities to note are listed below:
Pleasant tasting mellow herb bitter.
- Free from alcohol of benefit to those whose liver and gall bladder system is particularly sensitive to alcohol.
- Also free from chemical preservatives, artificial flavouring or harmful ingredients and does not contain raw sugar.
- All ingredients of Gallexier are selected according to health food principles.
- Gallexier makes food more enjoyable through proper digestion.
- Can be taken by: pregnant women, individuals who are fasting, individuals sensitive to alcohol
What Does it Do?
Just what are the benefits of herbal bitters? Bitters stimulate the appetite and increase digestive juices from the pancreas and liver. They also stimulate the activity of the gallbladder and promote the necessary bile flow for the absorption of fats and fat-soluble vitamins. They prevent thickening of biliary liquid thus removing the chief cause of gallstones and gravel and give active support to the detoxifying activity of the liver and promote the digestion of fatty and heavy foods.
Bitters have the following actions on the body\'s organs and systems:
- The salivary glands are stimulated to secrete.
- The mucosa are activated to secrete more.
- Motor changes in the stomach and gall bladder are brought about.
- The nervous system with its sympathetic regulation, is activated.
- The liver is stimulated to produce more gall, and in its overall activity.