Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) is best known for its’ immune enhancing ability. Echinacea is a very popular American wildflower and garden plant, the purple coneflower. It’s also one of America’s most popular herbal products, also used to prevent and treat the common cold, influenza and infections. Echinacea is the best known and one of the most researched of immunostimulants
Echinacea was among the most popular herbs used by Native American Indians. At least 14 tribes used Echinacea for a coughs, colds, sore throats, infections, toothaches, inflammations, tonsillitis, and snake bites, among other uses.
Echinacea has an excellent safety record. After hundreds of years of use, no toxicity or side-effects have been reported except rare allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. The purple coneflower is a truly American contribution to world health care through herbs. This safe and effective immune stimulant was discovered and first used by the Native Americans and is now a major medicinal plant used throughout Europe and the US.
- To strengthen the immune system, enhance immunity, and prevent influenza.
- To treat arthritis and skin diseases, speed-up recovery from wounds, and relieve toothache.
- As an antiviral, anti-fungi, anti-tumor, and anti-bacterial remedy.
- Commonly used as a supplement to strengthen the immune system, but also as a remedy osteoporosis and menopause symptoms.
- As a possible remedy for preventing cancer (breast, prostate, colon).
- Widely used in the field of cosmetics as a immune modulator.
Take 1/2 to 1 teaspoon a day.
Echinacea extract. Contains no fillers.
The various effects are not guaranteed and results may vary due to several factors between different people.
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