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In today’s modern society, we often stress about our appearance and well-being. We’ve used a natural ancient recipe, brewing a mix of five herbs and flowers, with 350mg of organic bamboo silica per bottle, to maintain the health of your hair, skin, and nails, all while enjoying the delightful flavour of Natural Raspberry & Pomegranate.

  • Hand-brewed in small batches
  • Only 60 Calories per serve!
  • No added sugar or sugar alcohols
  • No artificial colours, flavours, sweeteners, or preservatives.
  • Primarily organic herbs & flowers
  • Plant-based

Disclaimer: nudeherbs tonics are not meant for the treatment or cure of any medical condition or health issues. These statements have not been evaluated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. Consult with your health care provider before use if you are on medication or have any health issues.

Nutrition Info


What type of sugar does nudeherbs Tonics have?
We do not add any processed sugar to our Tonics. The small amount of sugar content in our Tonic is the natural sugar from the added fruit juice.

What if I can’t finish the whole bottle at once?
Once the bottle is opened, place the cap back on, keep it refrigerated, and drink it within three (3) days after opening.

How much of the Tonic should be consumed per serving??
The serving size of nudeherbs Tonics is 350mL (one bottle), and that is calculated based on the amount of the herbs needed to deliver the health benefit. You may drink the full bottle at once or sip it little by little throughout the day.

Are nudeherbs Tonics 100% plant-based?
Yes, our Tonics are fully plant-based.

Should I mix nudeherbs Tonics with water?
No, the Tonics are “ready to drink”, meaning no dilution is required unless you personally prefer to do that.


What’s Inside?

3350mg of *:

Nettle 1, 2, 3

Bamboo Silica 4, 5, 6

Calendula 7, 8, 9

Hibiscus 10, 11, 12

Lemongrass 13, 14 , 15

Blue Cornflower 16, 17

*The raised numerical symbols indicate the pertinent scientific citation

Plant Based

Over 70%
Organic Herbs

No Added Sugar or
Sugar Alcohols

Hand-brewed in
Small Btaches

No Artificial

Over 90%
Australian Ingredients

Potent Concertation
of Herbs & Flowers

Tonic Packs

beauty Pack

(12 × 350mL)


Mix Pack –You Choose

(12 × 350mL)


Tonic Plans

(Save up to 10%)

Skin & Hair Renewal

From $66

Scientific References

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