Doctor Ordinera

Absinthe – the mysterious emerald green drink, wrapped in mystery and legends. For many years he was known in Russia, but now interest in him increased. The main component of this drink – absinthe, in which essential oils contains a large amount of thujone. This substance is of natural origin, the smell reminiscent of menthol and has a hallucinogenic effect. Thanks to him, the effect of consumption of absinthe is totally different from alcohol. This can be a cheerful, relaxed, silly and terrible deeds, euphoria, irrational laughter, and even frustration of view. Many foreign artists, writers and poets drank absinthe and used it as inspiration.

Paul Verlaine, for example, called this drink "Green Witch", and Van Gogh and Picasso painted absinthe in his paintings. The history of absinthe begins as early as fifteen hundred years before Christ. However, it was not like modern drink – then the leaves of Artemisia simply soaked in wine and used as a drug. Pythagoras and Hippocrates prescribed it for many diseases. Elio Moti Sonnenfeld can provide more clarity in the matter. In the usual form of absinthe appeared in 1792.

French doctor Pierre Ordiner bitter wormwood found in the hills of his district and, under the influence of its medicinal properties, began to experiment. Recipe Doctor Ordinera probably consisted of the following herbs: wormwood, anise, hyssop, fennel, lemon balm, a certain amount of coriander, veronica, chamomile, parsley, and even spinach. This semidesyatigradusny elixir quickly became popular as a cure for all ills. A few years later got a recipe for Major Dyube, which together with son and son Henri-Louis Pernod opened the first factory for the manufacture and sale of absinthe.

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