Gentiana crassicaulis

A few nice Hepatitis images I found:

Gentiana crassicaulis
Hepatitis

Image by Nomad China
The roots of gentian species contain some of the most bitter compounds known and make an excellent tonic for the whole digestive system, working especially on the stomach, liver and gall bladder. The root is analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, antirheumatic, diuretic, febrifuge, hypoglycaemic and hypotensive. The root is used internally in the treatment of arthritis, allergic inflammations, low-grade fever in chronic diseases, jaundice and hepatitis. The root is harvested in the autumn and dried for later use.

Wastelands, grasslands, roadside slopes, alpine meadows, scrub, forest margins, forests; 2100-4500 m. NW Guizhou, W Sichuan, SE Xizang, NW Yunnan.
(www.naturalmedicinalherbs.net/herbs/g/gentiana-crassicaul…)

Gentiana crassicaulis
Hepatitis

Image by Nomad China
The roots of gentian species contain some of the most bitter compounds known and make an excellent tonic for the whole digestive system, working especially on the stomach, liver and gall bladder. The root is analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, antirheumatic, diuretic, febrifuge, hypoglycaemic and hypotensive. The root is used internally in the treatment of arthritis, allergic inflammations, low-grade fever in chronic diseases, jaundice and hepatitis. The root is harvested in the autumn and dried for later use.
Damp patches in mountainous regions. Wastelands, grasslands, roadside slopes, alpine meadows, scrub, forest margins and forests at elevations of 2100 – 4500 metres.
(www.naturalmedicinalherbs.net/herbs/g/gentiana-crassicaul…)

Book Launch The Poor Under Globalization in Asia, Latin America, and Africa, Oxford University Press
Hepatitis

Image by UNU-WIDER
From left to right:
Machiko Nissanke, Professor, School of Oriental and African Studies SOAS
Discussant: Charles Gore, Chief Executive Officer, The Hepatitis C Trust


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