top of page
  • Echinacea is also known as purple cornflower.

    Serves as: Immune Modulator, Anti- microbal, Anti- inflammatory, Detoxifying agent.

    Echinacea heals wounds, and stimulates saliva. 

    Clinical Research has confirmed that it increases the number of white blood cells and their strength of action.


    Contains anioxidant compounds in the leaf and root; Often tinctured, the aerial parts of the plant are typically taken as a tea.

    This powerful herb has the ability to counter infection: Viral and bacterial. Aids in the clearance of toxins from the body.


    Echinacea is commonly taken as a preventative and treatment for upper respiratory infections, like cold, flu and coughs.

    used to make salves, ointments and creams.


    Use in Teas: Fresh, Grassy flavor that pairs well with mints, chamomile and other mild herbs.


    Echinacea can be added to tea blends, encapsulated alone or with other herbs and taken as a suppliment; can be infused in water, alcohol or oil.


    Self- help uses: Acne & Boils, Bites an stings, Chilblians, cold sores, coughs and bronchitis, earache, flu, sore throat & Tonsilitis, urinary & Fungal infections.


    WARNING: I am NOT a licensed health care professional. To avoid any harmful reactions, please do your own research & consult your health care physician before use of  any herbs, especially if you are already perscribed to other forms of medication. 

    DO NOT use externally if pregnant.


    Keep in sealed container away from light, heal, and moisture.


    Echinacea {Echinacea Purpurea}

      bottom of page