You've tried everything. Cough drops, decongestants, and other pain reliefs too, but the sneezing, hacking, and all-around lousy feeling won't go away. Just as you're ready to wave the white flag, you start to wonder: Could an herbal remedy like Echinacea save the day?
Echinacea is an herb that’s becoming incredible popular across North America. It’s not a new herb or a new idea to use it as a medicine, however–in fact, the Native Americans used Echinacea for hundreds of years before Europeans arrived on the shores and it’s just as effective as a health product now. Traditionally, Echinacea was used to help cure a flu or a cold, but it is now known to have a lot of other health benefits such as general sickness, infections on the skin, it helps fight ailments, and improves your immune system. It is a great benefit of life and a great source from nature to have.
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Herbal Tea's should be taken when needed as an alternative method of healing.
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