This miracle herb was discover by the Great Plains Indian tribes about 400 years. If we were to see this flower, in today's society . . . we would simply see a beautiful display of mother nature's color . . . but in reality . . . we would be looking at an herb with many health benefits. Echinacea is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
It stimulates the immune system and can fight against upper respiratory tract infections such as acute sinusitis, flu, asthma, common cold, croup, strep throat, tuberculosis and whooping cough.
Echinacea is also used as a pain reliever for headaches, snake bites, sore throat, stomachaches, tonsillitis and toothaches. It can help combat cancer and is an excellent laxative.
Not only does it fight against respiratory infections, it can also fight against such infections as vaginal, bloodstream, herpes, gum disease, malaria, syphilis, typhoid.
Echinacia aids with skin problems also such as eczema, inflammatory skin conditions, psoriasis, wound healing, bug bite and bee stings.
It can improve insulin resistance in Diabetes and mental health concerns such as ADD, ADHD, anxiety and depression.
So maybe adding this herb to your health regiment is something you need to think about. As always consult with your own healthcare provider before taking any herbs.
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