Echinacea 4% Extract
Supports Cell Production*
Healthy Skin Support*
Assists Natural Healing*
What is Echinacea?Echinacea has been used as a tonic by Native Americans for over 400 years. Before the emergence of antibiotics, Echinacea was recommended to promote a variety of health benefits (for both genders), and research suggests it may have natural antibiotic properties. Conditions like malaria, syphilis, blood poisoning and even scarlet fever are now treated with pharmaceutical antibiotics but that doesn't mean that they could not benefit from additional natural support. Today, Echinacea is one of the most popular herbs in America. Worldwide, more and more people are embracing the many health benefits that come with this herb. *
Suggested Usage / Dosage
The recommended dosage for this extract is 200 - 500 mg for up to 3 times daily.
- Healthy Cell Support. Cancer has been deadly killer since its emergence. This might be largely due to our poor lifestyles. However, studies indicate that Echinacea and its extracts provide numerous advantages in the support of brain cell health. The National Institute of Health (NIH) published a report stating that the medicinal value of photochemicals in Echinacea is unmatched and may have the capability to support the management of cell mass growth . The theory behind this is that Echinacea can facilitate the wellness of our immune system with an increase in white blood cells. As most of us are aware of, the spread of cancer in the body overwhelms the immune system. The effects of conventional methods of treatment such as chemotherapy will also weaken the immune system . With the use of this extract, your immune system will be supported. This extract will also help support the homeostasis of cells . *
- Immunity Booster. As mentioned before this, Echinacea can help to boost the immune system and provide further benefits for general health. Studies conducted by the University of Connecticut shows that Echinacea may support the healthy management of colds by 58% . It may also support the management of the duration of the common cold by almost 2 days. Our Echinacea extract may stimulate the immune system by increasing spleen cells and white blood cells . Echinacea contains complex substances referred to as phenolic compounds. The compounds work in harmony to support immune-boosting effects.*
- Laxative. Most herbs can act as laxatives. However, the Echinacea extract has proven to be a far more effective herb as it can suport the health of the stomach and our entire gastrointestinal tract . Due to its efficacy, experts have stated that consuming Echinacea extract on a daily basis will help in the loosening of your bowels and acts as a natural constipation support .*
- Ache Support. This herb has a history as ache support. Indians of the great plain would use the herb as an ache support . Recent studies seem to support this traditional use. Echinacea can help with various kinds of support for teeth, stomach, throat and other ache prone parts of the body. One of the most common methods of suppporting internal aches is to take the extract on its own or in tea and smoothies. If you're experiencing external aches, you can try rubbing the extract on the affected parts .*
- Cell Homeostatis Effects. Inflammation in the cells and body is generally the root of many health conditions. Certain factors such as lack of sleep, stress, and toxins in our food all actively contribute to the inflammation process . However, studies conducted by the University of British Columbia state that regular intake of the Echinacea extract may support cell homeostatis. In addition, reports from the National Institute of Health (NIH) state that the extract can even help with eye cell homeostatis. Therefore, this indicates that people wanting cell homeostasis should make an effort to consume this extract.*
- Boosts Skin Health. This extract will work wonders on your skin. Since olden times, people have been using this plant to support skin health . A paper prepared by Armando González Stuart, Ph.D. concerning the safety of herbs indicate that the plant's extract is safe to use on the human skin. May skin conditions such as skin infections, snake bites, wounds, stings, Eczema, arthropod bites exist. In addition, this extract is also used to encourage healthy skin rejuvination.*
- Improved Mental Health. Echinacea extract has been found to have a positive effect on mental health . Ehinacea may support mental focus and a calm mind.*
Interactions / Side EffectsWe have not encountered any side effects of this herb on users. However, a high dose of Echinacea could lead to nausea and dizziness, especially for those with allergies. Other side effects may include diarrhea, dry mouth, headache, fever, numbness of the tongue and even insomnia. The Mayo Clinic has also advised that the extract is safe for nursing and pregnant women. *
Ideal Storage Conditions
Use a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.
2 years from Date of Manufacture.
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