Gentian is a medicinal herb that has long been used for its digestive and healing properties. Gentian has the ability to help stimulate gastric juices and ignite the metabolism which has made it a common natural treatment for anorexia, sluggish digestion, dyspepsia, flatulence, toxic bowels, weak appetite, gastritis, acidosis, bloating, and constipation.
It is also a powerful immune booster and has been shown to support the growth of leukocytes and red blood cells within the body which makes it a great herb for those experiencing colds, flu, sinus infections, or respiratory ailments. Gentian is also an excellent tonic for the liver, pancreas, and gallbladder and is known to be particularly beneficial for hepatitis, jaundice, pancreatitis, and gallstones. It is often recommended to help increase energy and vitality for those who are experiencing mental and physical exhaustion.
Gentian is also known to invigorate the circulatory system and help to build the blood after a chronic or long standing illness. Gentian is also a highly beneficial for sore throats, fevers, thrush, cardiovascular problems, arthritis, and chronic swelling and inflammation. Gentian is an anti-addiction herb and is often found in natural anti-smoking products.
Topically, gentian can be applied to wounds, ulcers, and abrasions for a faster healing response and to help clean and disinfect the wound. Gentian can be taken as a medicinal tea by simmering 2 tsp of dried root in 2 cups of water for twenty minutes. Allow to cool, strain, and sweeten with honey if desired. Sip 30 min-1hr before a meal for best results. Gentian can be found in tincture, extract, capsule, tea, and cream form online or at your local health food store.
This item posted: 03-Jun-2015
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