Centaury Herb c/s
Botanical Name - Centaurea umbellatum
Other Names - Bitter Herb, Feverwort, Common Centaury, Lesser Centaury, European Centaury
Origin - Albania
Centaury has an interesting history of uses, and according to legend was named because of the mythical centaur Chironia who cured a poison arrow wound with the herb. Because it is so bitter, the ancient Romans called it the 'bile of the earth' (fel terraae.)
Typically Prepared as an infusion, tea, or tincture.
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