How does echinacea work?

Answer Because it can be toxic if taken for long periods!Four points, I read that in some countries this product cannot be sold in health food shops--like st. johns wort. i.e. possible risks.It can be tox... Read More »

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Can I Cut & Propagate Echinacea?

Some plants, such as Ming aralia, propagated by taking a cutting, usually a stem and leaves, from an established plant. When placed in water, the cutting produces roots for planting. However, echin... Read More »

What is an echinacea?

The Echinacea is a flower that is used for medicinal porpoises such as a flu of you'r ordinary cold.

Where are the seeds on echinacea?

The seeds on the echinacea plant are located in the flower head. To harvest these seeds, cut the flower and stem away from the plant and tie a paper bag over the flower head to hang upside down. Al... Read More »

How to Grow Coneflower (Echinacea)?

Coneflower (Echinacea) is a beautiful perennial herb with daisy-like flowers. Native to central and north-eastern North America, it is a prairie and open woodland growing plant. As well as growing ... Read More »