Gentianella alborosea is a species of plant in the family Gentianaceae. It is one of two types of hercampuri , which is traditionally used in herbal medicine as an infusion , the other type of hercampuri being Gentianella nitida. These small shrubs are native to the high Andes of Peru. The Junin Province is a region of Peru that grows hercampuri. The whole plant is used as an infusion.
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Sesterterpenoid From Gentianella Alborosea