In Ayurvedic medicine it is called “dark cloud” or Kalamegha, and can be Bhui-neem, which means “neem of the ground”, because the small herb plant tastes similar to the strong bitter large Neem tree (Azadirachta indica). A third name for King of Bitters is ‘bile of earth’ a Malaysian translation from Hempedu Bumi which also refers to its bitter taste.

King of Bitters has for many years been used in Indian tribal medicine, and within traditional Siddha and Ayurvedic systems as well as in clinical medicine in other countries. King of Bitters is popular for its effect on enzymes.

The Andrographis paniculata shrub grows well in the moist and shady areas of India and China and across Southeast Asia. Many Chinese households keep Andrographis at home for treatment of digestive complaints and colds.

It’s believed that King of Bitters helped to ease the Indian flu epidemic of 1919, and is widely recommended by Scandinavian doctors for treatment for cough, colds and flu in the winter and can sometimes be called the “Indian Echinacea”. Research is also starting to unveil that King of Bitters may also be important for cardiovascular treatment and cancer treatments.

This is the king detox and nootropic, longevity and fasting superfood bitters, scientifically known as Andrographis Paniculata, is a master herb used in 26 different Ayurvedic formulations to treat liver disorders.

King of Bitters works to improve liver and gall bladder function, increase bile flow to aid digestion, and can be as effective as Milk Thistle in benefiting liver function when the liver is toxic or under stress.
Andrograpgis Paniculta Uses:

Aids digestion
Prevents blood clots
Boosts immune system
Helps to lower blood pressure
Can aid gall stone removal

The anti-bacterial and anti-viral benefits may be used to help overcome the symptoms of Hepatitis and boost the immune system to clear infections such as Malaria. King of Bitters triggers fibrinolysis, a process in the body that dissolves blood clots and helps to lower blood pressure.

The organs helped by King of Bitters are mainly the gall bladder, heart and liver.*

*All the above statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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