Echinacea (root, herb)

Review Echinacea Forms and Sizes Below

Common Name:  Echinacea, Snake Root, Elk Root, Purple Coneflower, American Coneflower, Coneflower
Botanical Name:  Echinacea Angustifolia Root, Echinacea Angustifolia Herb, Echinacea Purpurea Root, Echinacea Purpurea Herb
Chinese / Pine YIn Name:  Zi Zhui Ju, Zh Hua Song Guo Ju, Jia Ye Song guo
Echinacea Dosage:  Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dosage.
Echinacea Precautions:  Do not take if you have an autoimmune disorder and avoid injections if you have diabetes. Do not take during pregnancy. Do not take with medications for preventing rejections of organ transplants. Do not use if nursing.

Echinacea Benefits & Information

Echinacea is a pereneal plant native to eastern and central North America.  Echinacea roots, leaves and flowers have been used for centuries by Native Americans for a variety of medicinal purposes.  Echinacea  supports the immune system, provides botanical support for winter discomforts, promotes respiratory health, benefits digestion, benefits mental well-being, is a botancial blood purifier promotes centered mental focus and eases pain.  It has anti-inflammatory, adaptogenic, antiseptic, analgesic and antihistamine effects.
Echinacea Properties:  Bland, Mildly Minty
Echinacea Channels:  Lungs, Liver
Echinacea Naturally Occurring Components:  flavonoids, akylamides, caffeic acid derivatives, polysacharrides, polyacetylenes, evaporating oils

Herbs That Combine With Echinacea

Astragalus     Rhodiola     Turmeric     Sarsparilla     Aloe Vera     Maca

References
http://alternativehealing.org/echinacea.htm, https://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Echinacea-Cid465