Roots and plant material for medicinal/dietary uses are generally marketed to herbalists, manufacturers, distributors, and pharmaceutical companies.
Echinacea is said to have immune stimulating properties. It is also an alterative and aphrodisiac. It is recommended for colds, coughs and flu for which the polysaccharides inulin and arabinogalactan are said to be responsible.
Echinacea is a herbaceous perennial with a tapering, slightly spiral longitudinally furrowed root, conical heads with purple ray florets and yellowish purple disc florets on a high cone and 4-angled achenes. It is a native of Europe and America.
2-Hexenal, α-Pinene, α–Fenchene, Camphene, β-Pinene, α-Phellandrene, π-Cymene, Limonene, Linalool, Camphor, Isomenthone, Borneol, Lavandulol, p-Cymen-8-ol, α-Terpineol, Naphthalene, Estragole, Trans-Carveol, Cis-Carveol, Carvone, Peperitone, Thymol, α-Cubebene, β-Cubebene, Methyl eugenol, Caryophyllene, β-Humulene, Geranyl acetone, α-Humulene, γ-Muurolene, Germacrene D, Caryophyllene oxide, Viridiflorol, Cedrol, Ledolα-Cadinol.
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