Echinacea Purpurea (180 Caps)
Echinacea Purpurea (180 Caps)
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Echinacea Purpurea (180 caps) (ko)

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Echinacea enhances the activity of the immune system and supports a healthy inflammatory response.

Has important antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal actions

that primarily build resistance to infections.


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Benefits:

  • Promotes the immune system.
  • Creates an unfriendly environment for bacteria.

How It Works:

Active compounds in echinacea include polysaccharides, glycoproteins, alkamides, volatile oils and flavonoids. Several studies suggest that echinacea contains substances that enhance the activity of the immune system and have antioxidant activity.

Ingredients:

Echinacea aerial parts and root.

Recommended Use:

Take 2 capsules with a meal three times daily.

ECHNACCEA PURPUREA

[263-8] (180)

Versatile immune system stimulant Essential to the original "Snake Oil"

(Meyer's Blood Purifier, 1870).

Echinacea root has important antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal actions

that primarily build resistance to infections.

At least 2 polysacharides in E. purpurea stimulate T-cell activity 20-30

times more than a pharmaceutical T-cell stimulator.

It has anti-tumor activities and anti-inflammatory cortisone-like effects

as well.

Echinacea is considered an expedient treatment for infectious diseases.

It protects the cell-bonding tissues in the body that protect cells from

infection.

Parthenium integrifolium is very similar and has been widely sold

by many companies as "Echinacea" during the past 50 years although it is

not in the Echinacea genus.

NSP corrected their labeling and introduced this true "Echinacea" in 1993.

To make things more confusing, Echinacea augustifolia is also sold

as "Echinacea" by some companies but it is not as effective as E. purpurea.