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Echinacea Purpurea Organic Root [1 oz.]


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Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) has a long history of use by many alternative
traditions. Its use is believed to have originated with the North American
Plains Indians, but in more recent times, echinacea purpurea was noted among
the group of organic herbs and spices also used in European traditional
medicine. Echinacea is known as Purple Coneflower by modern-day enthusiasts,
but it was also known as Snake Root in Native American cultures. It is believed
that this name was given as it was historically one of several herbs used for
snake and venomous insect bites. Like many medicinal herbs, echinacea is
believed to have a number of healthful properties, making it particularly
useful for a variety of applications. This medicinal herb is native to the east
and central sections of North America. Although there are several varieties, on
the whole, echinacea is easily distinguished by its large, showy petals
surrounding a spiny, cone-shaped center.

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