This beautiful herb is found in many gardens, along road sides and in meadows. Its roots provide powerful and effective medicine. Historically, echinacea was heralded as a remedy for rattlesnake bites!
Though not very effective as a preventative, taken at the FIRST sign of cold or flu, this anti-infective herb stimulates the immune system to rapidly produce more white blood cells that attack bacteria that are responsible for post-illness infections such as bronchitis and sinusitis. Strep, acne, staph, tooth & gum infections can be countered with lavish use, as well as speeding healing of surgical and accidental wounds.
Clinical herbalist, Rosalee De La Foret, put together this snapshot of the purple coneflower:
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One drop for every 2 lbs of body weight taken in water, juice or tea every 1-2 hours is an effective dose. Spread doses out to every 4 hours or three times a day until symptoms are gone.
Keep in mind that not all herbs and herbal preparations are effective for all persons.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Contraindications may exist. Consult expert medical advice before using during pregnancy. Keep out of the reach of children.*