Who used echinacea historically?

Answer Putting a cup or two of plain white vinegar in the dishwasher and running it without soap is a very good and inexpensive way to clean and freshen the dishwasher.

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What is an echinacea?

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

While pregnant is it okay to take echinacea?

Answer Absolutely. It will not harm your child. As a matter of fact, it has been scientifically proven to have no effect at all, either good or bad - for anyone.The FDA lists Echinacea as a "Dietar... Read More »

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 does echinacea work?

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 »