Swedish Bitters

Swedish Bitters got its name from the 18th century Swedish Physician Dr Claus Samst. He rediscovered the formula through a family tradition. The formula recorded is the Swedish Bitters we know today. The Swedish doctor also compiled a manuscript describing the 46 conditions for which Swedish Bitters can bring relief. Dr Samst lived to 104. The Actual creation of the formula is credited to Dr Phillipus Paracelsus a Swiss physician who lived around 1541. It was Maria Treben the distinguished Austrian herbalist , who brought Swedish Bitters to the world’s attention. In her book ‘Health through Gods Pharmacy’ she writes of the various benefits of Swedish Bitters.

Swedish Bitters

Swedish Bitters got its name from the 18th century Swedish Physician Dr Claus Samst. He rediscovered the formula through a family tradition. The formula recorded is the Swedish Bitters we know today. The Swedish doctor also compiled a manuscript describing the 46 conditions for which Swedish Bitters can bring relief. Dr Samst lived to 104. The Actual creation of the formula is credited to Dr Phillipus Paracelsus a Swiss physician who lived around 1541. It was Maria Treben the distinguished Austrian herbalist , who brought Swedish Bitters to the world’s attention. In her book ‘Health through Gods Pharmacy’ she writes of the various benefits of Swedish Bitters.

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