Purple coneflower tincture - 50ml

Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), Rudbeckia is one of the best natural immune stimulatory agents.
Kills bacteria and viruses, reduces allergies and strengthens our immune system during flu epidemics and respiratory diseases...

Content

  1. Description of herb

  2. Healing effects

  3. Preparation and dosing

  4. Side effects

Ingredients

Water, alcohol (minimum 35 vol.% Alk./Ethanol), Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) extract, vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid).

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Storage

Store in a dry place at room temperature. Do not store in direct sunlight or in frost.

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Country of origin

Czech Republic

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Description of herb

Echinacea purpurea is the most famous medicinal plant today. It has a light purple cone-shaped flower at the end of a long stem. The name originates from the Greek word "echinos", or hedgehog, for its flower shape with thorns. The first mention comes from the American continent, where it was used for medical purposes 200 years ago.
The most valuable is fresh juice, but in contact with oxygen, unwanted enzymatic changes occur quickly, so it is best to infuse parts of the plant. The drug obtained is non-toxic, no contraindications or side effects are known, however, use is not recommended in more advanced stages of pregnancy.

Echinacea-Purple coneflower has a relatively long history. It was used as a medicinal herb by American Indians for various inflammations, infections, and wound healing. In the 18th century, Echinacea was a widely prescribed anti-inflammatory drug in the United States. It was first brought to Europe 300 years ago. Interest in this plant declined in the 1950s, when antibiotics were discovered and nasally used. Although the popularity of Echinacea has declined, it has continued to be used mainly in Germany, where it is treated for viral infections and inflammatory conditions. It has recently begun to experience and is experiencing its "rebirth", as more and more people prefer phytotherapeutic treatment, which is more gentle and considerate to the body with the same effect.

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Healing effects

Echinacea-Purple coneflower is often called a natural antibiotic because it has a similar effect to penicillin, even in scope. It can suppress a wide range of viruses, bacteria and fungi. As with penicillin, it depends on how the body treats the active substances, however, with similar effects, treatment with an herbal preparation is selective and gentle on the body.
Echinacea-Purple coneflower contains the substance echinacin, which reacts with the enzyme hyalurinadase, which is secreted by microbes to make it easier for tissues to pass and cause infection. Studies of this substance suggest that it is very effective in reducing the frequency and severity of colds and flu. It is interesting how the substances contained in Echinacea-Purple coneflower work: some have antibacterial and antifungal effects - they selectively slow down the spread of bacteria, unlike their immediate killing of (all) antibiotics, other components increase the amount of fibroblasts (cells responsible for developing connective tissue) and help stimulate development new tissues.
Unlike one chemical compound, one mechanism of action, Echinacea-Purple coneflower works in many ways, helping the body to help itself - the most effective and safest method of healing.

It activates the immune system - by stimulating the production of T-cells (phagocytosis), the lymphatic system (lymphocytic activity) and cellular respiration directed against tumor cells. It suppresses the secretion of the enzyme hyalurinadase (eg - it increases the permeability of the tissue, so it is used in some drugs to absorb the active substance faster and it is also used by some viruses to move faster in the tissues).

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Active substances

The root contains many valuable substances, especially 1% echinacoside, 1.5% essential oil, inulin, pentosans, polyins, polyenes, higher fatty acids, caffeic acid derivatives, pyrrolizidine alkaloids, isobutylamides, polysaccharides, tannins, sterols and flavonoids.

Essential oils, ß-sitosterol, palmitic and linoleic fatty acids, phenolic substances (caffeic acid, echinacoside), polysaccharides. The polysaccharide fraction of the extract increases non-specific immunity and has significant antiviral and bacteriostatic effects.

The recent acquisition of the antitumor substance pentadecadiene has significantly increased interest in this plant, not only in healing circles.

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Recommended at

The following list of properties and effects is abbreviated and does not cover a wide range of shots, which are based on the properties of one amazing plant. Its content can have an incredible effect on someone, but it is not a plant "effective for everything", but the applications are verifiable and proven in practice.

Echinacea (Purple Coneflower, Rudbeckia)

  • relieves gallbladder cramps
  • improves blood circulation even in the capillaries
  • has an anti-inflammatory effect on the mucous membranes of the digestive tract
  • calms the CNS (central nervous system)
  • helps with intestinal colic
  • eliminates migraine
  • releases swollen lymph nodes
  • helps with hay fever
  • releases toxic substances from the body, mainly heavy metals and smog parts
  • corrects vegetative disorders
  • heals old wounds and bedsores well
  • regenerates the whole organism
  • supports the production of white blood cells
  • increases immunity
  • helps with childhood asthma
  • creates a barrier against viral infections - strengthens the cell envelope
  • has a strong anti-flu effect
  • works against eczema and fungi
  • lowers blood sugar
  • lowers cholesterol
  • has antisclerotic effects
  • prevents cell shock
  • heals frostbite, postoperative wounds and scars
  • eliminates all lymphatic problems
  • acts against septic processes, mastitis, purulence, nephritis and problems of a similar nature
  • prevents the formation of pollutants from radiation and chemotherapy (eg X-ray examination, X-ray therapy, CT)
  • helps flush decaying substances from the body after application
  • reduces the manifestations of allergies
  • suppresses the perception of pain
  • acts as an aphrodisiac
  • has a carcinostatic effect similar to that of Interferon
  • improves the body's defenses and resilience
  • strengthens biological immunity
  • excellently enlightened with venous insufficiency - varicose veins
  • for shin ulcers it is used in the form of diluted tincture or ointment
  • in combination with other preparations it has an anti-rheumatic and anti-inflammatory effect, especially in urinary tract and diseases of the female organs

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Dosing

3 times a day 15-30 drops (1-2 ml). Take in one phase for 5 days, then break for 2 days. Repeat this for 6 weeks.

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Side effects

Should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women and children under three years of age.

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REMEMBER: Tell all your health care providers about any complementary health practices you use. Give them a full picture of what you do to manage your health. This will help ensure coordinated and safe care.