Echinacea, commonly referred to as "coneflower," is a genus of nine different herbaceous plants native to North America. The two primary species used in herbal preparations are E. Angustifolia and E. Purpurea, which are often used interchangeably. It's one of the most widely used plants in herbalism, and Native Americans relied extensively upon it. Once widely spread, over-harvesting has greatly reduced wild populations and it's most commonly found now in cultivation.
- Non Irradiated
- Non ETO
Botanical Name Echinacea purpurea Common Name Echinacea Country of Origin United States Cut Cut & Sifted Package Type Bulk Bag Plant Part Herb Size 1 lb
Directions for Use: To use as a tea, add 1 tsp. of herb to a tea infuser and place in a tea cup. Pour boiling water over infuser, cover, and steep for 3-5 minutes.