Gentian is a flowering perennial plant known botanically as Gentiana lutea, belonging to the Gent...
Gentian is a flowering perennial plant known botanically as Gentiana lutea, belonging to the Gentianaceae family. It's also commonly known as Great Yellow Gentian, bitter root, bitterwort, centiyane, genciana, pale gentian, feltwort" and gall weed. Gentian is native to the Alpine and sub-alpine pastureland of southern and central Europe and it grows up to 2 meters in height.
Parts Used: Root Certified Organic Country of Origin: France
Uses and Benefits:
Source of Antioxidants
Central Nervous System
Gentian is the source of:
Gentian has been widely used in both Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, Gentian is great for liver connected conditions, as well as body detoxification. Ayurveda followers also believe that Gentian possesses detoxifying properties. Moreover, this herb is known as an aid for digestion.
Today, Gentian is better known for its ability to promote gastrointestinal tract health. It is also used as a liver tonic and a remedy for organism detoxification. Thanks to its antioxidant content, Gentian protects the body against the harmful impacts of free radicals. Moreover, Gentian is used to relieve various types of pain. In addition, this herb is known for its soothing effect, helping to calm down the nervous system and reduce fatigue.
Gentian is commonly known as “bitter root” or “bitter wort.” This is because it has an extremely bitter taste (especially the root).
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