Who used echinacea historically?

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What part of the Echinacea plant is used to treat colds?

The root. The root, after being dried, is ground into a coarse powder and either served orally via a capsule, or steeped into a tea.

Why is incense historically used in the church?

Incense is made up of various spices and gums that give off a pleasant smell when burned. In some churches, incense is burned during religious ceremonies. Incense is placed into a metal ball that i... 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.

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 »