or Gentianella Alborosea is a traditional plant that grows in
the Peruvian Highlands used since the times of the Incas to
relief stomach pain, regenerate hepatic functions, fight fever
produced by malaria, and to reduce obesity. Hercampuri also
acts as blood depurative and stimulant of billiard function.
Gentianella Alborosea is recommended for reducing high cholesterol
Hercampuri facilitates fat reduction working as a natural diuretic
elevating urine secretion levels. Nutritionists recommended
it as an additive in obesity treatments.
"Hjircan Pureck" is a Quechua word from which Hercampuri
derives meaning: "who walks from village to village",
this made reference to the Inca times when Inca physicians walked
long distances to visit villages carrying their medicinal plants
in specially weaved sachets...
Hercampuri belongs to the Gentianaceae family, composed of 75
different genera. 1000 species are distributed worldwide approximately,
most of them are found in warm and subtropical regions and in
small tropical hills. The Gentianella genus is the most numerous
with 400 species.