In only 21% of alcohol by volume, Toccasana encloses all the flavours and scents of the herbs from which it is obtained.
The infusion comes from the cold maceration of 37 herbs, flowers, berries and roots, both wild and cultivated, with important digestive properties.
Let’s go beyond the main beneficial effects of the main herbs contained in the recipe:
Irreplaceable aromatic component in the production of herbal liquors, it contains appetite stimulating and digestive properties.
It has stimulating, antiseptic and digestive properties, known since antiquity, when it was the basic ingredient in numerous herbal preparations.
With its strong bitter flavour, it is a symbol of liqueur making tradition. It favours digestion, has anti-septic and vermifuge qualities.
It has an intense, aromatic scent. The flowers have sedative and diuretic properties.
Besides its well-known calming and sedative effects, it also has outstanding digestive, antispasmodic and pain-relieving properties.
GREAT YELLOW GENTIAN
The strongly bitter root of this plant is used thanks to its antipyretic and digestive qualities.
It is known since ancient times for its balsamic, detoxifying and expectorant properties. The essential oil has digestive and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as calming and sedative qualities.
It has antispasmodic qualities, and it is used to treat migraine, headache and neuralgia, it also has a calming effect on the nervous system and it relaxes muscles.
Refreshing and digestive, its essential oils have digestive, antispasmodic and antiseptic properties.
Its elegant bitterness is typical and persistent. It has outstanding digestive, diuretic and laxative properties.
It has antiseptic and antibacterial properties, its leaves are used for their stimulating effect on appetite and the muscles of the digestive system.
It widely used for cooking, it has bittering, digestive and antiseptic properties.