Centaurium tincture –
a stomach bitter
Fresh extract of Cenaturium umbellatum
Centaurium is well known to herbalists as a ‘stomach bitter’ – one of the classes of herbs with bitter taste and used to aid digestion. For these herbs, it is important to taste the bitterness – and because of this, it is better to use herbs such as Centaurium as a tincture taken 30 minutes before meals.
Benefits and features of A.Vogel Centaurium tincture:
- Made from Centaurium umbellatum (Centaury)
- Stomach bitter
- Fresh extract of organically grown herbs
Centaurium umbellatum, used in our Centaurium tincture, is a small plant with purple flowers. It may be found in many parts of the world but especially in Middle Europe and Asia. The classification of the group of plants known as Centaurium is still in discussion and because of this, Centaurium umbellatum is sometimes also referred to as Centaurium erythrea.
It is said that the group of plants named Centaurium derived its name from the centaur Chiron, well known in Greek mythology for his skills as a herbalist.
Tincture of Centaurium umbellatum (Centaury) herb, extracted in alcohol (66%V/V)
Directions for use:
Adults: 10 - 15 drops three times daily in a little water, before meals.
Children: (2 - 12 years): One drop per year of age 3 times daily before meals, in a little water.
Please seek medical advice if pregnant.