Hercampuri

Plant known and recommended by his properties as hepatoprotecting, regulator of the metabolism and reducer of the cholesterol.Gentianella alborosea, Hercampuri is a plant native to the highlands of Peru, grows between 3,500 and 4,300 meters above sea level. It is an important regulator of fat metabolism, which is why it is used to help reduce obesity.

The word comes from the Quechua Hercampuri "Hjircan Pureck" which means "he who walks from village to village," referring to doctors of the Inca empire that went from town to town with medicinal plants in their bags used to relieve stomach pain, restore hepatic function, fight fever produced by malaria, purify blood, stimulate the biliary function and as a remedy for obesity.

Hercampuri is known and recommended for its hepatoprotective properties, regulating metabolism and reducing cholesterol.

These effects are due to the amount of bitter that owns the plant, which stimulate the secretion of bile acids and consequently this reduces LDL cholesterol levels, known as bad.

Medicinal Properties:

-Help the secretion and excretion of bile
- Hepatoprotective (tones, regulates, strengthens, detoxifies and protects the liver, also regulates enzymes)
- Diuretic (tones, regulates, strengthens, detoxifies and protects the kidneys, helps reduce uric acid)
- Lowers cholesterol
- Hypoglycemic

Uses:

Leaves and stems: used for your property cholagogue, choleretic, which regulates the metabolism of fats, hypocholesterolemic, diuretic, antimicrobial and antifungal, hypoglycemic, varicose veins, In Ancient times it also used for fever, possibly caused by malaria.

Presentation: Hercampuri powder in Polyethylene bags x 10kg or as required.

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