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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)
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