Appetite and Nausea

Phytolacca Syrup was formula developed by Dr. Eli G. Jones, the Eclectic physician of the turn of the last century who specialized in cancer treatment. We make ours with honey instead of sugar and we add a few drops of essential oil. Triple Zing has three members of the ginger family: Hildegard of Bingen's favorite, galangal, plus the always popular ginger and the highly regarded turmeric which has the added benefit of reducing the odor associated with tumors.


Galangal Extract, 2 oz.
Alpinia officinarum

Galangal is both a culinary and medicinal herb, related to ginger but with a distinct taste. It was the favorite herb of Hildegard of Bingen and her Abbey still owns plantations in Thailand for growing this fine herb. It is warming and is a fine digestive aid. It can also be considered by people suffering from candidiasis.

Alcohol: 24-26%

Contains: extract of Alpinia officinarum rhizome in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.


Phytolacca Syrup, 8 oz.

Dr. Jones advised its use with older patients and those whose appetites are poor. He also suggested that people with breast cancer whose breast is hard "like old cheese" use this syrup. In addition, he prescribed it for patients with tumors of the throat, uterus, and rectum. For those with cancer of the tongue, he added potassium iodide to the basic tonic.

Alcohol: 18%

Contains: fresh Phytolacca americana root, Gentiana lutea, fresh Taraxacum officinale root, and fresh Taraxacum officinale leaf in distilled water, organic grain alcohol, vegetable glycerin, honey, and essential oil of lemon.


Triple Zing, 2 oz.

"Triple Zing" gets its name from three members of the ginger (Zingiber) family: ginger, galangal, and turmeric. All three herbs are used both medicinally and in cooking. They support better digestion, particularly by aiding fat metabolism. This formula is intended by use by people who need more zip and zing: it is warming, stimulating, and carminative.

Alcohol: 50-52%

Contains: proprietary blend of fresh organic Zingiber officinalis rhizome, fresh organic Curcuma longa tuber, and dried Alpinia officinarum rhizome in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.




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