Subject: Re: What can you tell me about centaury?
From: howieb.delphi.com (Howie Brounstein)
Date: 12 Nov 1994 06:30:56 GMT
> As there are so many varieties of gentian, I am wondering if anyone knows whether the Centaurium erythaea might be the gentian Weil refers to. Also, any info on preparation and use?
Centarium is in the Gentian Family...which doesn't imply similar uses. However, this family has many taxonomic problems as yet unresolved.
Centarium used to be called Gentiana...the same genus as gentian. It essentially was a Gentian until someone renamed it. Got to get those graduate degrees in botany.
The uses and chemistries are basically the same.