If you suffer from heartburn and other forms of “stomach upset,” it can ruin your whole day… and night.
Your doc may tell you to lay off the junk food… but sometimes eating BETTER can actually make you feel WORSE.
And the acid-blocking pills he’ll give you won’t do a THING for you if you’re feeling nauseous… throwing up… or doubled-over in pain.
Those symptoms may be telling you that something more serious is going on…
Thank heavens there’s a centuries-old “angel of the garden” that can calm the uprising in your gut… even if it’s a sign of a chronic condition like IBS.
A garden blessing for belly troubles
No doubt, God has given us many miracles in His garden.
But there’s one herb that’s an absolute ANGEL when it comes to settling your stomach… and guarding it from any future upset.
It’s known as Norwegian angelica, or Angelica archangelica.
And where it grows wild in Scandinavia, it’s considered a medicinal plant of the highest order.
The indigenous Scandinavian tribes of nomads, called the Sámi, first began using Norwegian angelica as far back as the 10th century.
But Christians believe the Archangel Michael first revealed its healing powers to a monk in the 14th century… earning it the nickname “Holy Ghost.”
Over the centuries, modern medicine has forgotten the sacred value of Norwegian angelica…
And its medicinal use has been relegated to shamans who practice among Nordic reindeer herders.
There is one exception.
Norwegian angelica has been hidden inside many of the digestif liqueurs that are known to settle your stomach after a hearty meal.
You can find the fruits included among other herbs in aquavit, bitters, absinthe, and even gin.
In fact, that’s where the powers of Norwegian angelica really shine – in combination with other gut-soothing tonics.
Studies have found that when combined with ingredients known to fight dyspepsia — including peppermint leaf, German chamomile, licorice, caraway, and others — this “angel herb” can improve the symptoms of stomach upset.
- heartburn (a.k.a. acid reflux)
- pain and cramping
- nausea, and
Not only does it make you FEEL better… but this combo will help your gut WORK properly, too.
You can find this combination in an OTC tonic known as Iberogast.
It’s been around for 50 years and has even shown to alleviate the gastrointestinal symptoms associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
Or, you can try Angelica archangelica… on its own as a root extract in dried or liquid form… found at your local health food store or online.