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Botanica: Echinacea GoldenSeal Compound (50ml)

$19.98
Supports a healthy immune system response, maintains a healthy inflammatory response to seasonal stressors and promotes a healthy balance of mucous secretions of the upper respiratory system during times of seasonal stress. INGREDIENTS: Fresh Echinacea...

Botanica: Sore Throat Spray (30ml)

$15.48
For infections with sore, irritated and inflamed mucous membranes of the throat and larynx. Anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory activity against streptococcus bacteria along with a wide range of other serious bacterial and viral pathogens...

Botanica: Super Echinacea (50ml)

$18.48
Useful for acute viral and bacterial infections such as colds, flus, bronchitis, septicemia, tonsillitis, laryngitis and sinus infections. Echinacea is specific in treatment of inner ear infections in adults and children as well as topically for stings...

St. Francis: EchinAce (2500mg) (60 VegiCaps)

$25.98
EchinAce herbal capsules help to relieve the symptoms and shorten the duration of upper respiratory tract infections. INGREDIENTS: Medicinal Ingredients (500 mg per capsule):  A 5:1 concentration, each capsule contains the equivalent of 1675 mg...

St. Francis: EchinaSeal (100ml)

$31.98
EchinaSeal helps to relieve sore throats and/or mouth and throat infections.  Featuring Echinacea and Goldenseal, EchinaSeal has stood the test of years and remains one of St Francs' most highly regarded herbal formulas. Its bitter taste...

St. Francis: EchinaSeal (50ml)

$18.98
EchinaSeal helps to relieve sore throats and/or mouth and throat infections.  Featuring Echinacea and Goldenseal, EchinaSeal has stood the test of years and remains one of St Francs' most highly regarded herbal formulas.  Its bitter...

The genus name Echinacea derives from the Greek echinos (hedgehog) and refers to the thorny base of the flower head. Purpurea is Latin for ‘purple-red’.The coneflower was one of the most important healing plants of the Native Americans of the North American prairies, particularly the Cheyenne, Dakota (= Oglala Lakota, Oglala), Kiowa, Crow, Omaha, Pawnee, Ponca, Teton, Delaware, and Comanche. They used the juice or a mush made from the ground herb or chewed pieces of root.

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