Gentian, Jade Beauty Flower Tea May 5, 2010

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Gentian, Jade Beauty Flower Tea

Other names for gentian include bitter root, feltwort, gall weed, pale gentian, stemless gentian, and yellow gentian.


Jade Beauty Tea is very famous in China very it is drank every morning. It is said that Chinese girls drink it everyday to watch out for their weights and to keep their fair skin complextion. It is believes that it helps to clear acne from the skin and for loosing weight. A caffeine free herbal tea. Add some lily flower or rose flower to enhance the tea aroma and flavor.











Gentian has been used for centuries to treat mild to moderate digestive disorders. It has been approved for use in foods, cosmetics, and some antismoking products. During the summer, the herb is extracted from the roots and rhizome (underground stem) of 2- to 5-year-old Gentiana lutea L. plants. Another variety, called stemless gentian, is extracted from the entire plant of Gentiana acaulis L Both types are approved food additives and used to flavor vermouth.




Uses of gentian herb

Gentian root may well be the most bitter substance on the planet! It is a powerful digestive stimulant used for improving appetite, absorption of nutrients, promoting secretion of digestive juices and alleviating bloating and wind. It is particularly useful for older people.

Gentian Violet is used to treat thrush and Candida in breastfeeding infants and mothers.

Most Gentian root is used to treat digestive ailments and as an appetite stimulator. It can be used topically to treat wounds and painful inflammation or gargled to treat soar throats.

Gentian has been used to treat Malaria, stimulate menstruation in women, and to rid the body of worms.

Specifically, gentian may help to :-


Intestinal gas

Irritable bowel syndrome


Sharp intestinal pains

To help curb smoking

To stimulate the appetite


Herbalist doctor’s viewpoint



Gentian Tea Benefits have been acknowledged in the annals of the herbal medicine sphere for quite some time now.

Gentian has been used in European herbal medicine throughout
the 2,200 years since its discovery. Gentian is also mentioned in the Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia, recommending it for anorexia and sluggish digestion.

Also known as Gentiana lutea, wild gentian or yellow gentian, and as gentiana in English-language commentaries on Traditional Chinese Medicine, Gentian is an herb that typically grows in the highly-elevated pastures of the Alps and the Himalayas. Gentian roots take 7 to 10 growing seasons to mature.


The beneficial components in Gentian are the bitter principles amarogentin, gentiopicroside and gentiobiose. These are said to be very helpful in digestion, encourage the flow of bile, and aid the intestines to absorb fat.


Here are some of the health benefits derived from drinking Gentian Tea:

Gentian Tea aids in better digestion and calms an upset stomach.

Gentian Tea purifies the blood and is an excellent remedy for liver problems, including enlarged liver.

Gentian Tea improves circulation of the blood to all parts of the body.

Gentian Tea enhances the appetite.

Gentian Tea helps alleviate fever and helps in the treatment of common cold.








Add 1-2 tsp dry Gentian flowers into the glass (or teapot)


Wash them with hot water.


Pour hot water into the glass again and wait for about 3 minutes.


Strain the flowers.


Add 2 tsp honey.








Take 1 tsp  dry Gentian, 1 tsp rosebuds, 1 tsp lily.


Mix them up.


Pour boiling water onto the flowers, wash them and strain.


Pour the hot water into the glass again and stew for 20-30 secs.


Strain the flowers.


Add 2 tsp honey, enjoy!









Since Gentian Tea is so bitter, many manufacturers combine it with other more pleasant-tasting herbs but does not diminish the tea benefits whatsoever.


Lily, Rose, Honey











Bitter taste with grassy fragrance.

Cool in the throat and very refreshing after drinking.







Once a bag of herbals or flowers is opened, The herbals could be kept in ambient and dry conditions such as in the living room, the study or the office, but it must be completely away from light, moisture, smell and heat.


An airtight container or a vacuum tank is an ideal storage solution.




Sealed Clips are also a good choice for opened packaging bags.





The quality of the herbals lasts longer if they are kept in the fridge. But please make sure the package is sealed and cover with a box to insulate from temperature change.


In addition, if the bag is taken in and out from the fridge very often, this will cause heat stress to the herbals as temperature is increased and decreased very frequently. Air will be drawn from outside and condensation will occur.




That is why we packed our herbals into small sealed packaging bags instead of large bags or boxes. You could open a small bag of the herbal and enjoy its freshness while the other bags are sealed and well kept in the fridge.









Important points to remember


Don’t use gentian if you have high blood pressure.

Avoid this herb if you’re pregnant.

Know that the best way to take gentian is by brewing a tea.

Don’t collect the herb in the wild because nonflowering G. lutea may be hard to distinguish from the poisonous white hellebore.

Gentian consumption may cause irritation in persons who have ulcers by stimulating too much stomach acid.

Excessive consumption of Gentian can cause headache, nausea or vomiting.


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