Centaury is a medicinal plant to treat dyspepsia (ulcer), lack of gastric secretions, and loss of appetite. In traditional medicine, centaurs are herbs that are believed to be beneficial as anthelmintic, antidiabetic, antihypertensive, and kidney stones. There is no scientific evidence to support the usefulness or function of this herbal medicine.
Centaury is a plant that can be given to infants and children to overcome anxiety, insomnia, stomach pain, irritable bowel syndrome, and inflammation of the skin. This plant can also be used to overcome the symptoms of attention deficit disorder and hyperactive child.
Centaury flowers are herbs that have not been much studied how they work. Please discuss with your herbalist or your doctor for more information. However, there are several studies that show the xanthone chemical component of centaury can act as an antioxidant and have some anti-inflammatory properties, although the evidence is not very strong. The phenolic acid component in centaury flowers can be an antipyrety, and the components of gentiopicrosida and its monoterpenoid have antimalarial functions.
The information provided below is not a substitute for medical recommendations. Always consult your herbalist or doctor before taking this medication.
There is no clinical evidence available for centaury dosing instructions. The dose of this herbal supplement may be different for each patient. The dose used depends on age, health, and some other conditions. Herbal supplements are not always safe. Please discuss with your herbalist or doctor for the appropriate dosage.
Centaury is a plant that can be used as herbal supplements and can be available in the form of liquid extracts, powders, or plants in whole form.
Centaury is one of the herbs that causes few side effects including anorexia and allergic reactions.
Not everyone has this side effect. There may be some side effects not mentioned above. If you are concerned about the side effects, please consult your herbalist or doctor.
Store centaury products away from light and damp place. No supporting studies are available for the use or function of this herbal medicine.
The dose of the herbs is different in each patient. The dose you need depends on your age, health, and some other conditions. Herbs are not always safe for consumption. So always discuss with your herbalist or doctor for the dose that suits you best.
Centaury is one plant that should not be used during pregnancy and lactation. People with stomach ulcers or stomach problems should not use these herbal remedies.
These herbal supplements can interact with the medication that is being used or your current medical condition. Consult your herbalist or doctor before using it.