Echinacea purpurea Herb C/S USDA Organic 1oz

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Product Overview

Echinacea purpurea produes phytochemicals of the endo-cannabinoid realm. It's tied in with the immune system, acording to research. It produces pink flowers, which make tons of seeds in the center of their cones. Even the seeds are used by herbalists, and can be combined with the leaves, roots, flowers, and stems ( many people do not know this ).  It's most commonly used in the form of a tea, but others like tincutres. Personally for Echinacea, I just drink a lot of tea, as I find it's the best way to use it.

Echinacea blends well with Hemp and Cannabis in general ( including the Female MJ variety ). This is because it too produces naturally occuring phytochemicals that interact with the human endo-cannabinoid system. It doesn't give you a buzz, but it has a complex relationship with our bodies, and research shows it can do some pretty remarkable things, in terms of pharmacology ( see my citations ) It's also anti-viral! It's been utilized by herbalist for: Urinary Tract Infections, Cold, Flu, Cough, Aches and Pains, Fever, Tootheache, General Malace Or Ill Feelings, Detoxification, Immune System Support, and Sore Throat.

Echinacea is a personal favorite of Star Botanicals, and was one of the first items sold, for a reason. Plants such as this have been an intregal part of human culture and society sense the dawn of humanity.

Star's Echinacea purpurea is USDA Organic, Kosher, Non-gmo and quality controlled by professional growers ranked at the top of the industry in their standards and practices. This product is also for sale in our ETSY Store! It ships cheaper there, as low as $3.xx, vs here.

Not evaluated or approved by the FDA. Consult your health care provider before use. Not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure, any ailments, conditions, diseases, etc. Not to be taken as medical or scientific claims.

Citations:

Chicca, A., Raduner, S., Pellati, F., Strompen, T., Altmann, K. H., Schoop, R., & Gertsch, J. (2009). Synergistic immunomopharmacological effects of N-alkylamides in Echinacea purpurea herbal extracts. International immunopharmacology, 9(7-8), 850-858.
 
Hall, H., Fahlman, M. M., & Engels, H. J. (2007). Echinacea purpurea and mucosal immunity. International journal of sports medicine, 28(09), 792-797.
 
Barrett, B., Vohmann, M., & Calabrese, C. (1999). Echinacea for upper respiratory infection. Journal of Family Practice, 48, 628-635.
 
Barrett, B. (2003). Medicinal properties of Echinacea: a critical review. Phytomedicine, 10(1), 66-86.
 
Vimalanathan, S., Kang, L., Amiguet, V. T., Livesey, J., Arnason, J. T., & Hudson, J. (2005). Echinacea purpurea. aerial parts contain multiple antiviral compounds. Pharmaceutical biology, 43(9), 740-745.

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