Echinacea is a perennial plant of the Sophisticated family. Originates from North America. There are daisy-like inflorescences. The colors are pink, purple or white with a pronounced conical disc. Blooms from July to October. At height it can reach 1-2 meters. Lightly-loving plant.
As a curative plant, it was used by the Indians. The stalks, the flowers and the roots are used for healing purposes - they strengthen the body's immune system and protect against infections.
Purple Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) is the most popular species of the Echinacea genus. It grows in bright sun and soils with good drainage properties, generally more dry. It blooms most often with purple inflorescences with a brown center.
Used as a decorative flower and medicinal plant. In medicine, it is used as an anti-inflammatory and immune suppressant in the treatment of streptococcal and staphylococcal infections, influenza and other infectious diseases, for the treatment of wounds, ulcers and burns.
Echinacea - stalks and flowers
Application: as an aid in immune deficiency, allergies, skin inflammation, cystitis, pyelitis, metabolic disorders, etc.
Method of preparation: Boil 1 teaspoon of the herb for 3 minutes in 500 ml. water. Strain and drink 3 times a day in equal parts before eating.
Packing: 30 g