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Echinacea Purpurea Dried Herb

Echinacea Purpurea Dried Herb

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Botanical Name

Echinacea spp.

Plant Description

Echinacea originates from North America and has been used by the indigenous Indians for over 400 years. Echinacea purpurea, is also known as purple coneflower.


Abscess; Acne; Adenopathy; Allergy; Arthrosis; Bacteria; Bite ; Boil; Bronchosis; Bug Bite; Burn; Cancer; Cancer, colon; Cancer, liver; Candida; Canker Sore; CFS; Chemotherapy; Cholecystosis; Cold; Cold Sore; Colic; Conjunctivosis; Cough; Cramp; Crohn’s Disease; Cystosis; Dermatosis; Diabetes; Diphtheria; Dysentery; Dyspepsia; Eczema; Fever; Fit; Flu; Fungus; Furunculosis; Gastrosis; Gingivosis; Goiter; Gonorrhea; Headache; Hemorrhoid; Herpes; HIV; Immunodepression; Infection; Inflammation; Leishmaniasis; Leukopenia; Listeria; Lyme Disease; Mastosis; Measles; Meningosis; Migraine; Mumps; Myalgia; Mycosis; Neck; Nephrorrhagia; Ophthalmia; Otosis; Pain; Pertussis; Pharyngosis; Psoriasis; Pyorrhea; Radiotherapy; Respirosis; Rheumatism; Rhinosis; Scarlet Fever; Septicemia; Sinusosis; Smallpox; Snakebite; Sore; Sore Throat; Spider Bite; Staphylococcus; Stomachache; Stomatosis; Swelling; Syphilis; Thirst; Tonsilosis; Toothache; Trichomoniasis; Tuberculosis; Tumor; Typhus; UTI; Vaginosis; Varicosis; Virus; Worm; Wound; Yeast.


Alterative; Analgesic; Antibacterial; Antiedemic; Antiexudative; Antihyaluronidase; Antiinflammatory; Antiintegrase; Antiseptic; Antispasmodic; Antitumor; Antiviral; Bactericide; Bifidogenic; Bitte; Candidicide; Collagen Sparing; Cyclooxygenase Inhibitor; Fungicide; Immunostimulant; Interferonigenic; 5-Lipoxygenase Inhibitor; Phagocytotic; Prebiotic; Protisticide; Sialagogue; TNFgenic; Trichomonicide; Vasodilator; Vulnerary.


Tea, Extract, Tincture


Class 1.  People with asthma, eczema, or hay fever may prove allergic to Echinacea. Should not be used for more than 2–8 weeks, according to many authors.


  • Duke, J. A. 2002. Handbook of Medicinal Herbs, 2nd Ed. (2002). CRC Press, ISBN 0-8493-1284-1

FDA Statement - Not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure through the sale of this Herb. Use at your own risk. Information provided is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace consultation with your physician. The FDA has not evaluated this statement. Packaged and distributed by The Boho Being.

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