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Echinacea has historically been widely revered and used
for its immune-stimulating, anti-bacterial, and
antiviral activity. It enhances resistance
to colds and flu, it is useful for septicemia and skin complaints (such as boils, abscesses, or carbuncles), and is used as a mouthwash for gum problems. It is also used locally as an antiseptic for burns, wounds, bites, and skin ulcers, infections and to purify the
blood and lymph systems. Recent studies have shown that Echinacea can increase white blood cell counts and thus support our immune system in fighting bacteria and viruses.
Common Uses :
- Improve immune system function
- Fight the common cold
- Fight Viral infections like the Flu
- antiseptic for burns, wounds, bites, and skin ulcers
Echinacea is an herb native to the United States that has been highly valued for centuries by Native Americans. Today there are over 200 medical studies reporting on Echinacea's special immune stimulant capabilities.
This research reveals that the phenolic compounds found in Echinacea can increase white blood cell count and their cellular defense fighting ability.
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2. Houghton P: Echinacea. Pharm J 253:342-343, 1994.
3. Monograph: Echinacea. Review of Natural Products, December 1996.
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rather is intended to provide the body with recognized essential nutrients
that may benefit tissue building and repair,
and metabolic function in conjunction with recognized Medical treatment
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