Gentian Root is derived from the Gentiana lutea perennial herb that grows in the mountainous regions of Albania. This root has been used medicinally for centuries for digestion problems.
This root has a distinct bittersweet scent and flavor which could be associated with dandelion, citrus pith, anise, and tarragon, coupled with an earthy mustiness of root herbs.
Botanical Name: Gentiana lutea
Also known as: bitterwort, bitter root, gall weed, bachaka, gemtoame, tarnics, kouched, kaf el arnab, جذر الجنتيانا