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The plant's valuable cleasing properties lie in its effect on livrer metabolism and a generally detoxifying action.
HERCAMPURI (gentianella alborosea)

Hercampuri is a small, upright, perennial herb that grows up to 5 cm in height; has a small twisted and rough root, its stem is short and dark brown and its leaves are simple, opposed, sessile, and dark green. Its inflorescence is cyme and its flowers reach up to 1,5 cm; the flower is pale blue or yellow, with a small erect peduncle. The word Hercampuri comes from the Quechua “Hjircan Pureck” which means "the one who walks from village to village", referring to the physicians of the Inca Empire that went through the villages taking several medicinal plants in their saddlebag. Hercampuri is a traditional plant used since the time of the Incas to relief stomach aches, regenerate the hepatic functions, fight against the fevers produced by malaria, depurate blood, stimulate the biliary function, and as a remedy for obesity.

The plant's valuable cleansing properties lie in its effect on liver metabolism and a generally detoxifying action.

Hercampuri contains bitter compounds that improve the production of digestive juices and enzymes. It acts mainly on the liver, which is the body's cleaning organ with critical relationships to almost every metabolic function. Hercampuri helps to energize because it helps to balance the metabolism and improve blood circulation.