Country of Origin: Poland
Echinacea root is mainly used for its effect on the immune system. The chemical components contained in it directly affect the chemical processes of the immune system. It fights and eliminates the disturbing symptoms of cold, cough and flu.
The antibacterial action of echinacea root is particularly beneficial against gingivitis, which is a bacterial infection. It contributes to oral hygiene.
The anti-inflammatory effect of echinacea root helps reduce the pains of the muscles and joints that arise from arthritis or from an injury. It can even be applied externally to the affected area.
The diuretic action of echinacea root contributes to the detoxification of the body as the toxin is excreted through urination. It also has a cleansing action and helps with the healing of the gastrointestinal tract. Its diuretic action also fights hypertension while its antioxidant properties regulate blood sugar levels and prevent dangerous hypoglycaemic episodes.
Echinacea root also contributes to the health of the scalp and is used to treat alopecia. This herb reduces hair loss and strengthens hair follicles. It also fights dandruff and makes hair shiny.
It is forbidden to use echinacea in combination with other painkillers.
CAUTION! Echinacea should be avoided during pregnancy
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