Enjoy this tincture that is perfect for cold and flu season. It is similar in medicinal properties and in the same family as the common purple coneflower (echinacea purpura). I cultivated this plant from our garden in Bern, Switzerland. I let it sit in Austrian very-high-quality alcohol. Enjoy the numbing, analgesic, and immune-boosting properties. 🙂
“Coneflowers were used by Native Americans for a variety of medicinal purposes including cure of rattlesnake bites and as a painkiller for toothaches, sore throats, coughs and other ailments; anyone who has chewed on the seeds can vouch for the numbing properties. Research has verified coneflowers to have mild antibiotic activity, wound healing properties, and perhaps it is most well-known for the ability to stimulate the immune system (Medicinal Wild Plants of the Prairie by Kindscher); root digging for pharmaceutical use has decimated many wild populations. This species is also called Bush”s Coneflower. The Latin name, Echinacea, refers to the spiny cone”s resemblance to a hedgehog while paradoxa refers to the paradox of a yellow-colored coneflower.” https://www.hamiltonnativeoutpost.com/product_info.php?item_id=54
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