PURPLE CONEFLOWER ORGANIC
What is purple coneflower?
The Latin name for Echinacea is Echinacea purpurea Moench and it comes from the prairies of North America. Its health properties were discovered by the Indian tribe who used it as a universal medicine. Echinacea was used both to treat toothache and to heal burned skin. The Indians also used it to treat coughs, colds, and even gonorrhea and measles. The plant also helped with poisoning and bites by snakes and insects.
- purple coneflower contains:
- an essential oil which includes borneol,
- flavonoids such as: quercetin, kaempferol, isoramnetin,
- phenolic acids: caffeic acid derivatives, chicory acid, echinacoside,
- protects against degradation of cell membranes and intercellular connections
- is considered to be one of the most effective natural remedies for improving immunity
- collagen synthesis is stimulated
- protects against UV radiation
- helpful for school children
- boost immunity,
- helps with stress,
- works against headaches,
- works against diarrhea,
- helps with urinary incontinence.
- counteracts acne
- and more
Internally: 1 teaspoon of Echinacea herb pour a glass of boiling water and leave for 10-15 minutes, covered. You can drink freely.
Externally (in the form of compresses): 2 teaspoons of Echinacea herb pour a glass of boiling water and leave covered for about 15-20 minutes. Use in the case of skin problems as a cosmetic, anti-inflammatory agent, facilitating wound healing.