Purple coneflower

(Echinacea purpurea)

Other names: Purple Cone Flower, Purperen Rubbeckia, Equinácea, Jeżówka Purpurowa, Punahattu, Purpur-Sonnenhut, Punane Siilkübar, Třapatka Nachová, Bíbor Kasvirág, Εχινάκεια, Havepurpursolhat, Purpura Ehinācija, Ehinaceja, Röd Stormhatt, Grimizna Ehinacea, Purpurna

Rudbekija, Ja Ju Cheon In Guk, Roter Sonnenhut, Garden Coreopsis

Purple coneflower is native to Eastern North America. Used by indigenous Indians for centuries, it became the most frequently used plant preparation in the USA at the beginning of the 20th century. It contains caffeic acid, alkamides, polyacetylenes, phenolic acids, and rosmarinic acid.

Purple coneflower may be beneficial for coughs and colds, influenza, bronchitis, upper respiratory infections, toothaches, bowel pain, snake bite, skin disorders, wound healing, vaginal infections, ear infections, ulcers, seizures, chronic arthritis, cancer, gingivitis, and HIV.

Compliance: food supplement, cosmetics ingredient

Compliance varies from country to country. There is no harmonized botanical list of allowed botanicals in food or food supplements for all EU countries. Compliance for cosmetic ingredients is harmonized in EU.

Please check your local regulation.

These claims have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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