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Echinacea purpurea, sometimes referred to as the purple coneflower, is an eye-catching daisy-like flowering plant that is indigenous to North America. Because of its distinctive spiky cone-shaped head center, it got its name from the Greek term for "sea urchin." The herb was first grown by Native American tribes as a cold remedy, and it wasn't until the late 1800s that Europe and North America started to appreciate its potential as a medicine. Today, echinacea is becoming more and more well-known as new studies point to the plant's potentially beneficial effects on health.


Echinacea powder is frequently used to boost the body's defense mechanisms and shorten the duration of illnesses like the common cold and other infections. We use non-GMO echinacea powder.

Tips For Using Echinacea Powder
Mix daily use of 1-2 tablespoons of the powder in food or beverages.

Echinacea powder is frequently added to teas or other hot beverages and can be sweetened to taste. It has a taste similar to that of a root. When mixed with oatmeal, cereal, juice, or smoothies, the powder is a fantastic nutritional supplement. Additionally, it can be used into other foods, like pastas and vegetable dishes.

Today, people use echinacea to shorten the duration of the common cold and flu, and reduce symptoms, such as sore throat (pharyngitis), cough, and fever. Many herbalists also recommend echinacea to help boost the immune system and help the body fight infections.


**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.


Ingredients: Echinacea
Origin:  USA
Shelf Life: 2 Years.
Product Style: Powder
Handling / Storage: Store in a airtight Food Storage Containers, cool, dry place.
Allergen Information: None Specified.
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