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Fernet Branca, for example, is infused with myrrh, saffron, gentian root, cinchona bark and orris root to name a few of its exotic ingredients.
The company's top-selling kosher products include: artichoke, bilberry, camu camu, cascara sagrada, chasteberry, gentian root, green bell pepper, mango, nettle leaf, quebracho and tamarind.
Medicinal uses: The generic name of Gentiana has been derived from 'Gentius', a king of Illyria (Europe), who is believed to have discovered the medicinal value of the gentian root.
Massage it all over after bathing and feel the hydrating ingredients such as ginseng, cola, gentian root and of course soya bean oil melt in instantly.