If you're into soothing bellyaches with tasty mocktails, this post's for YOU.
I could wax poetic about the tremendous benefits of eating bitter foods (there are seriously so many, but let's just leave it at, "It's very good for your entire GI tract to eat and drink bitter things."), and of drinking fermented vinegar (again, "It's very good."), but you'll probably be wanting to go straight to the recipe, eh?
If you're curious about why this works for a bellyache, feel free to reach out. But be prepared for a conversation in that case, because I really, really love talking bitters and vinegars.
Bitter Berry Belly Soother*
a Mocktail Recipe
1 cup filtered water
1/4 cup Aronia Berry Vinegar (available here), or any sweet-tasting vinegar
2 TBS maple syrup or agave nectar
2 droppers full Bitterless Marriage Bitters (available here), or any bitters formula
*This recipe was adapted from the Aronia Berry Punch created by KeepWell (and that recipe is equally delicious!).
About the Author
Sarah Ouano is a naturopathic doctor and writer. A fierce advocate for health equity and rights of the marginalized, she frequently writes about the intersection of naturopathic medicine and public health, throwing in personal anecdotes and tasty (and practical) recipes along the way.