When it comes to fighting infections of the body, you can’t get much better than echinacea. Echinacea is a plant that’s native to North America, specifically the central and eastern portions. Native Americans used it for many years to treat all kinds of problems from snakebites to sore throats. Various tribes used echinacea for various problems. For example, the Sioux used it to cure rabies. But the Comanche used it to treat sore throats and toothaches. And as you look at all the ways that echinacea has been used over the years, it becomes clear that there’s something very special about it. There are many uses of this versatile herb.*
Today, it’s used primarily to treat infections such as colds and flu of the respiratory system. It also helps to improve immunity and can be a treatment for abscesses and skin problems. It’s used to treat chronic fatigue syndrome, urinary tract infections, and even helps to prevent aging. What’s so special about this plant? Research shows that it is antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and contains properties that actually help to build new white blood cells. In other words, it fights all kinds of germs and it improves your body’s natural immunity to foreign invaders. Modern medicine would have taken centuries to come up with something that nature has provided.*
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