Organic Echinacea Root
Echinacea, Echinacea purpurea, also known as Purple Coneflower, is a perennial shrub found in the central and eastern parts of North America. Its Latin name comes from the Greek word ekhinos, which means hedgehog because the cone of the flower resembles a small hedgehog. Although there are nine species of echinacea, all of which are members of the daisy family, Echinacea purpurea is the species most often used as a natural remedy and in folk medicine.
Known for its herbal, antibiotic, anti-bacterial and healing properties, Native Americans have used echinacea as a topical medicine for centuries to treat infections and heal wounds, insect stings, and snake bites. Since acne is an infection and inflammation caused by trapped bacteria in a pore, Echinacea has been used successfully as a topical treatment for blemishes. Its skin soothing and healing properties make it a great for people with psoriasis and eczema by decreasing skin inflammation and redness which helps ease the discomfort.
Over the years there has been a lot of scientific research especially on the topical use of echinacea root. Some studies have found that it promotes cellular regeneration which accelerates the healing process and it may be effective reducing the appearance of wrinkles.
In hair care, its antibacterial properties make Echinacea a great herbal remedy for dandruff and infections of the scalp.
No two people are alike. Some people may develop an allergic reaction that is unique to them, even with natural or organic ingredients. Be sure to discontinue use if you experience discomfort or any indication that the product ingredients may not be suitable for your body.
If you are trying a new product we suggest doing a small patch test.
The content and information on this website regarding folklore or health-related benefits of certain ingredients is for educational purposes only and is in no way intended and should not be construed as medical advice to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
The information provided is not meant to substitute the advice provided by your personal physician or other medical professionals. Do not use the information found on this website to self-diagnose any medical conditions or treat any health problems or diseases.
If you have medical concerns regarding yourself or your family you should seek the advice of qualified, licensed health professionals. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This notice is required by the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.
Our ingredients descriptions are about TOPICAL (external) use ONLY. For internal use always consult your physician or healthcare provider.
Read our Full Medical Disclaimer.