Gentian Root (Gentiana L.) is a genus of plants with many species which occur in alpine habitats in temperate regions of Asia, Europe, and the Americas. The flowers of the plant are usually deep blue, but also can be white, cream, yellow, or red.
Gentian, one of the “bitter” herbs, has been used by herbalists for over 2,000 years. Due to its unusual taste, is most often used to make alcohol extracts (some spirits, vermouth wine and beer).
How To Use Gentian Root Health Embassy
Use 1-3 tsp of Gentian Root and add to 1 cup (200ml) of boiling water. Let it steep for 10-15 minutes, strain and drink 20 minutes before a meal. You can sweeten this infusion with the natural honey.
1-3 tsp of Gentian Root pour 250ml of boiling water and then simmer for about 3-5 minutes. Cover the pot and let it brew for around 10-15 minutes, then strain. After cooling, drink 1 glass of decoction per day divided into several smaller portions.
25g of Gentian Root pour 250ml of 45-50% alcohol. Stir, seal tightly and set aside in a dark place for two weeks. Shake it every day. After 14 days, strain and transfer to the target vessel. Drink 1 tbsp of tincture diluted with 100ml of water twice a day.
Add half a tsp of Gentian Root (1 gram) to 2 glasses (400ml) of water. Allow for 8 hours to steep, then strain. Drink the extract 30 minutes before meals.
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It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.