Parts Used: Root
Responsibly farmed organic Echinacea
Uses and Benefits:
- Respiratory Health
Echinacea Angustifolia is the source of:
- Caffeic Acid derivatives
- Caffeic Acid
- Cichoric Acid
- Caftaric Acid
- Chlorogenic Acid
Echinacea Angustifolia has been used in folk medicine for hundreds of years as a treatment for various health conditions and as a natural remedy for respiratory diseases. In addition, the roots can be used for healing wounds, poisonous insect stings, and bites when applied externally.
Today, Echinacea Angustifolia is used for a variety of purposes in herbal medicine. Adopting its traditional use, the herb’s root is still commonly used to treat upper respiratory tract infections. According to research, Echinacea Angustifolia has beneficial effects on respiratory viral infections. In addition, recent studies demonstrate the herb’s potential stress-reducing effects.
Echinacea was first discovered by Native Americans centuries ago. It’s believed that they paid attention to the fact that elks were eating the herb when injured or sick. Because of this, it was known as Elk Root, although this name isn’t commonly used today.
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