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Echinacea Angustifolia Liquid Herb Extract

Echinacea angustifolia

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Echinacea may be helpful with Immune modulating and is indicated with chronic infection. Echinacea is a herb that encourages the immune system and reduces many of the symptoms of colds, flu and some other illnesses, infections, and conditions. Research shows it increases the number of white blood cells, which fight infections. Echinacea appears to be most effective when started as soon as symptoms are noticed, taken many times a day, and used for 7 to 10 days. Many of Echinacea’s chemical constituents are, in fact, powerful immune system stimulators and can provide a significant therapeutic value. A few of those constituents are essential oils, flavonoids, inulin, polysaccharides and vitamin C. Echinacea cuts the chances of catching a common cold by 58 percent. Echinacea reduces the duration of the common cold by almost one-and-a-half days. Echinacea is used widely all over the world for a range of illnesses, infections, and conditions. Some of these uses are, acid indigestion, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), chronic fatigue syndrome, diphtheria, dizziness, genital herpes, gum disease, malaria, migraine, pain, rheumatism, septicemia - bloodstream infection, streptococcus infection, syphilis, flu, tonsillitis, urinary tract infection, vaginal yeast infection.
Elk root, black samson echinacea, or narrow-leaved purple cornflower refers to Echinacea angustifolia. Its native range stretches from Manitoba in the north to Texas in the south. It is an herbaceous plant, as all species of echinacea are. It grows up to 28 inches in height, extending from a branched taproot. Its stems and leaves are hairy while other species are smooth. Its flowers resemble a cone in shape. Echinacea angustifolia is so named in the vernacular due to the fact that elks knowingly consume the plant when sick or wounded. Elk root is an herb important to folk medicine practices of Plain Indians, such as the Cheyenne and Apache. It displays analgesic properties, and thus has been in use as a pain reliever for external wounds and internal inflammation, including allergies, rheumatism, and arthritis.

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Echinacea may be helpful with Immune modulating and is indicated with chronic infection. Echinacea is a herb that encourages the immune system and reduces many of the symptoms of colds, flu and some other illnesses, infections, and conditions. Research shows it increases the number of white blood cells, which fight infections. Echinacea appears to be most effective when started as soon as symptoms are noticed, taken many times a day, and used for 7 to 10 days. Many of Echinacea’s chemical constituents are, in fact, powerful immune system stimulators and can provide a significant therapeutic value. A few of those constituents are essential oils, flavonoids, inulin, polysaccharides and vitamin C. Echinacea cuts the chances of catching a common cold by 58 percent. Echinacea reduces the duration of the common cold by almost one-and-a-half days. Echinacea is used widely all over the world for a range of illnesses, infections, and conditions. Some of these uses are, acid indigestion, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), chronic fatigue syndrome, diphtheria, dizziness, genital herpes, gum disease, malaria, migraine, pain, rheumatism, septicemia - bloodstream infection, streptococcus infection, syphilis, flu, tonsillitis, urinary tract infection, vaginal yeast infection.
Elk root, black samson echinacea, or narrow-leaved purple cornflower refers to Echinacea angustifolia. Its native range stretches from Manitoba in the north to Texas in the south. It is an herbaceous plant, as all species of echinacea are. It grows up to 28 inches in height, extending from a branched taproot. Its stems and leaves are hairy while other species are smooth. Its flowers resemble a cone in shape. Echinacea angustifolia is so named in the vernacular due to the fact that elks knowingly consume the plant when sick or wounded. Elk root is an herb important to folk medicine practices of Plain Indians, such as the Cheyenne and Apache. It displays analgesic properties, and thus has been in use as a pain reliever for external wounds and internal inflammation, including allergies, rheumatism, and arthritis.

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