Stomach, intestines & digestion


Amara-Pascoe 50 ml Packshot PZN 02219211[Translate to Englisch:] Ihre Vorteile[Translate to Englisch:] Gute Gründe für Amara-Pascoe[Translate to Englisch:] Pflanzliche Bitterstoffe[Translate to Englisch:] Natürliche Wirkstoffe[Translate to Englisch:] Mehr natürliche Wirkstoffe[Translate to Englisch:] Amara-Pascoe
50 ml

Plant-based bitter substances for a healthy appetite and good digestion

Overview of the advantages of Amara Pascoe:

  • To support gastric complaints, e.g. through a lack of gastric juice formation, and to stimulate the appetite
  • Natural and gentle against gastrointestinal complaints
  • Promotes digestion
  • Plant-based medicine with 4 effective substances
  • Free from lactose, gluten and sugar
  • No age restriction

Bitter substances are appetite stimulants

Bitter substances have been established for a long time in natural medicine and medicine in the treatment of a lack of appetite. Recovery from a disease, anaemia, alcohol abuse and digestive complaints could be responsible for a lack of appetite. In this case, bitter substances are the first-choice remedy. They are healthy and stimulate the formation of digestive juices. They should be taken before meals. Especially china-bark, cinnamon bark, gentian root and bitter orange peel are components of Amara-Pascoe® that are used for a strengthening and appetite-stimulating effect.

Plant-based bitter substances

  • Increase the tolerability of food
  • Stimulate the flow of saliva
  • Stimulate the secretion of gastric juices
  • Stimulate fat digestion

Bitter substances should be part of the everyday diet. However, this is not so easy, as the natural bitter substances in fruit and vegetables are largely removed through cultivation. Often the proportion of bitter substances in today’s cultivated types of vegetables is no longer sufficient to exert the positive effect of bitter substances. It can be beneficial here to increase the proportion of bitter substances and to stimulate the appetite with the help of plant-based bitter substances as contained in Amara-Pascoe.

In the beginning, the bitterness will be unpleasant. This is because our foods scarcely contain any healthy bitter substances anymore – after all, we would rather have a sweet or salty taste in our mouth than an unfavourable bitter one. The fact that we humans do not like a bitter taste can be explained by evolution: a bitter taste was a warning against toxic foods already centuries ago. It is nevertheless worth giving the bitter taste a chance, as bitter substances offer many advantages for a healthy digestion. You will no doubt soon get used to the bitter taste and perhaps even grown to like it over time.

Another tip: further information about the subjects of health and a healthy diet can also be found in the articles of our monthly newsletter. Find out more, for example, about dandelion, which as an original healing plant that grows wild still contains a high proportion of natural bitter substances – convince yourself with a delicious salad recipe.


Take 15 to 20 drops of Amara-Pascoe® neat or trickled onto a little sugar half an hour before meals.

If loss of appetite persists, you should consult a doctor to clarify the cause.


Stomach problems, such as due to inadequate gastric juice production; to stimulate the appetite.

No age limit (after consultation with the doctor), gluten-free, lactose-free, sugar-free

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Gelber Enzian
Gelber Enzian (Gentiana lutea)

der Appetitanregende

  • fördert Magensaftproduktion
  • hilft bei Appetitlosigkeit
  • lindert Blähungen und Völlegefühl
Chinarinde (Cinchona pubescens)

die Stärkende

  • fördert Speichel- und Magensaftproduktion
  • hilft bei Appetitlosigkeit
  • lindert Magenbeschwerden
Pomeranze (Pomeranzenschale)
Pomeranze (Pomeranzenschale) (Citrus x aurantium)

die Bittere

  • steigert Magensaftproduktion
  • regt Appetit an
  • unterstützt bei Verdauungsstörungen
Zimtrinde (Cinnamomum verum)

die Magenstärkende

  • regt die Speichel- und Magensaftproduktion an
  • fördert die Verdauung
  • lindert Völlegefühl und Blähungen

1 g (= 1.09 ml) contains:

Active substances:
Tincture (1:5) of:
Cinchona bark0.10 g
Gentian root0.04 g
Bitter orange peel0.04 g
Cinnamon bark0.02 g

(extraction agent: ethanol 70% v/v)
Contains 65 vol. % alcohol.

Herbal gastrointestinal remedy
Tincture. Indications: Stomach problems, such as due to inadequate gastric juice production; to stimulate the appetite. Contains 65 vol. % alcohol. 
For risks and side effects read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
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