Profile: The daisy family includes purple echinacea, often referred to as purple coneflower and Sampson root. It grows natively in the eastern United States and is frequently grown elsewhere.
The plant's root, which has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, is collected in the late fall while the herb's long-lasting, colorful blossoms are available throughout summer. Usually, the dried root is either tinctured in alcohol or decocted to prepare teas and infusions.
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