Tormentil & Oat herb

Tormentil Complex is made with fresh herb extracts

Tormentil complex
  • Helps maintain healthy lower bowel function
  • Contains Tormentil root and oat herb
  • Fresh herb extract

Tormentil (Potentilla tormentilla) is a herbaceous perennial related to the rose family. It is found in the wild in many parts of the world, including Europe. The root of Tormentil is blood red in colour when cut and has been used in bitter liqueurs to aid digestion as well as in traditional healthcare to help maintain the normal function of the lower bowel.

50ml (in stock) £ 9.75

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Product reviews

Tormentil Complex tincture

Customer rating:

1st September 2017

“If I have inadvertently eaten wheat or gluten, I get stomach pains and bloating. Tormentil deals with those symptoms almost immediately. It is a godsend.”

Response from A.Vogel: High praise indeed for Tormentil.

Tormentil Complex tincture

Customer rating:

14th August 2017

“Really liked the new product, the coffee replacement bambu-based drink.”

Viviana Vitale

Response from A.Vogel: Thanks for the comments.

Tormentil Complex tincture

Customer rating:

15th June 2017

“It's great for all sorts of health problems”

Kathleen Shaw

Response from A.Vogel: Great result.

Tormentil Complex tincture

Customer rating:

19th March 2015

“Really helps to control my IBS, wouldn't be without.”

Response from A.Vogel: Tremendous feedback, delighted that we are helping.

Tormentil Complex tincture

Customer rating:

28th February 2015

“Brilliant for upset stomachs and irritable bowel. Wouldn't be without it.”

Response from A.Vogel: Great comments, thanks for passing them on.

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