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Echinacea Flos Purple Coneflower Echinacea Purpurea Echinacea Angustifolia Echinacea Flower Zi Zhui Ju

Echinacea purpurea, commonly called purple coneflower, is a coarse, rough-hairy, herbaceous perennial that is native to North America, but now is widely spreading around the world. It works well for treating a wide range of acute and chronic infections, and also as a prophylactic to strengthen...
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Echinacea purpurea, commonly called purple coneflower, is a coarse, rough-hairy, herbaceous perennial that is native to North America, but now is widely spreading around the world. It works well for treating a wide range of acute and chronic infections, and also as a prophylactic to strengthen weakened or suppressed immunity. Besides, root could also be used as a herbal tea.

 

Common   Name:

Coneflower

Botanical   Name:

Echinacea Purpurea   (Linn.) Moench

Latin   Name:

Echinacea   Flos

Pinyin   Name

Zi   Zhui Ju

Plant   Part Used:

Aerial   part, root

Quality Standard:

EU Organic &   NOP Organic Certified

Specification:

Whole   Flower/Cut

Farm   Information:

The   whole parts of Echinacea are all treasures. With aerial part harvested when   in early flowering stage, root dug in autumn, this species has a long history   use as traditional medicine.

With   more than 15 hectares of planting basement, Boherbs supplies 100 tons of   Echinacea purpurea dried herb per year. From planting management to   harvesting and processing, the whole procedure is strictly controlled based   on GAP guidelines, so to 100% guarantee premium quality and up to EU limits.

Activating   ingredients:

1.   Polysaccharides and glycoprotein-echinacea on the ground contain two kinds of   immune-stimulating polysaccharides. One is 4-methoxy - gluconaldehyde -   arabinose - xylanose, the other is acid arabinose - rhamnose - galactose. A   xylose glucosaminoglycan was also isolated from echinacea leaf or stem leaf,   and polysaccharide was also obtained from its cell culture. The two   polysaccharides obtained were neutral alga - galactose - xylanose -   glucosaminoglycan and acid arabinose - galactose - galactose.

2.   Caffeic acid derivatives are contained in the ethanol extracts of the   aboveground part of echinacea and its roots. The roots are mainly composed of   endive acid and coffee acid, and endive acid is also the main active   component in the overground part of echinacea plant.

3.   Adipose amides were used to analyze the lipophilic part of the root of   echinacea plants by HPLC. Echinacea contains adipose amides with two double   bonds of hydroxyl conjugate. In addition, a variety of fatty amides were   obtained from echinacea root.

Processing Methods   and Functions:

It is mainly used to treat colds, coughs,   upper respiratory infections and other diseases.

It has an immune-enhancing effect and contains a   variety of active ingredients, which can stimulate the vitality of immune   cells such as white blood cells in the human body and improve the body's own   immunity.

 

Description:

Since 2000,   echinacea has been one of the top three natural botanical drugs in the United   States.

In Europe, the   preparation products containing echinacea have occupied the first place of   annual sales.

Under the   influence of Europe and North America, echinacea preparations have begun to   sell well in Australia, southeast Asia and Japan. Echinacea has become the   world's most important natural plant medicine.

 


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