Description. Echinacea is an incredible immunity booster. Native Americans used echinacea for more medicinal purposes that any other plant, for everything from colds to cancer. Echinacea entered into formal medicine around the later 1800's and since that time has been very much in use. It continues to be a popular herb used in Europe today. Echinacea is considered by herbal experts to be a blood purifier and an aid in fighting infections. Today consumers use echinacea mainly for preventing and treating colds and to help in the healing of infections. It gives the white blood cells and immune system cells that little extra boost they need in helping to fight off colds and flu viruses. In addition to stimulating the immune system it helps accelerate healing of infections that already exist.Echinacea due to its high bio-active effect is an excellent support for men's health! Use. Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) was and still is a widely used medicinal plant of the Plains Indians. It was used as a painkiller and for a variety of ailments, including toothache, coughs, colds, sore throats, and snake bite. In some countries they use purple coneflower as a cough medicine and gastro-intestinal aid. Purple coneflower root was used by early settlers as an aid in nearly every kind of sickness. The use of Echinacea makes you more resistant to influenza, herpes, and vesicular somatitis viruses. Perhaps the most important finding so far is the discovery of immuno-stimulatory properties in Echinacea purpurea. Other research has shown that the purple coneflower produces an anti-inflammatory effect and has therapeutic value in urology, gynecology, internal medicine, and dermatology.
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