Herb of the Month: Echinacea

Herb of the Month: Echinacea

Posted by TriLight Health on Apr 4th 2023

This beautiful flower is one of the most well-known herbs. It has found its way onto mainstream box store shelves around the world. Alternative and Western medicine docs alike recommend this versatile herb to their patients.  There are several varieties of echinacea available- two are most often used by herbalists. Numerous studies have been conducted showing it to be effective in reducing infections, treating colds and reducing fungal and yeast overgrowth. Science has picked up on the benefits of this incredible herb and we're happy to share some with you today. 

Traditional Herbal Uses of Echinacea 

    Echinacea Purpurea  & Echinacea Angustifolia

  • Acne
  • Blood purifier
  • Candida
  • Chicken Pox
  • Colds
  • Fever
  • Immune support
  • Pneumonia
  • Sore Throat
  • Tonsillitis
  • Viral Infections
  • Wound healing
  • MORE!

How we use it-

This is one of our most widely used herbs. You'll find it in 13 of our products! 

BactaMune - Natural Immune Support during Cold and Flu season
Cold and Flu (Day Time) - Wellness Kit Natural Herbal Remedies Cold Flu Coughing
Cold and Flu (Night Time) - Wellness Kit Natural Herbal Remedies Cold Flu Coughing, Immune
Echinacea and Thyme with Elderberries - Immune System Booster / Builder: Cold, Flu Relief
Immune System Builder Wellness Kit
Mastitix - Mastitis Support - Midwife Approved
NR Glow - Natural Remedy for Eczema and Immune Building - Children Safe Extract
Triple Echinacea and Goldenseal - Immune Support
RespaClear - Immune Builder and Respiratory Support
Scout Out - Natural Antibiotic - Cold, Flu, Ear Aches
Sinus Minus - Sinus Relief - Sinusitis, Sinus Infection
Soothing Salve - Healing Essential Oils for Cold Sores, Cuts, Rashes and More
ViraMune - Immune System Booster 

RespaClear is our product of the month this month. It's 10% off all April 2023 long- no coupon code needed! 

To be aware of- some folks with ragweed allergies cannot tolerate much, if any, echinacea. As always, check with a healthcare provider before beginning any new product or herb. 

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