(Angustifolia) echinacea stem and root is used to stimulate the immune system.
The benefits of echinacea are antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, chronic inflammation, respiratory, throat infections, oral infections, colds, flu, UTI, highly antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and could help with Candida.
Echinacea additionally removes toxins, fights infection, stimulates production of white blood cells and regulates red blood cells. It cleans the blood, lymph system, kidneys and liver.
This is a great herb to support lymphatic system health. The lymphatic system is a network that sweeps away toxins and byproducts of inflammation to keep tissues healthy. Echinacea can help reduce congestion and swelling and help lymph fluid move better.
Contradictions - Not to be used by people suffering from lupus or HIV. If symptoms of hay fever appear, discontinue use. You need to stop taking this tincture 24 hours prior to surgery.
Echinacea tincture can additionally be used topically for skin ulcers or put in a shot glass of water and use as an oral rinse or throat gargle.
Can be combined with other tinctures such as elderberry, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger root and hibiscus.
Echinacea tincture is for short term use only and not to be used for more than eight weeks straight. Overstimulation of the immune system could occur with overuse.
Echinacea tincture is excellent to have on hand when first symptoms of cold or flu are noticed.
Maintenance dose is 1 full dropper full (35 drops) up to 2 times daily for 10 days at a time. Take a break and use an alternate tincture such as Elderberry, then resume the Echinacea after a week off.
A tincture is a concentrated liquid extract form of a medicinal herb to be taken in a beverage for it's healing properties.
Medicinal dose is 1 full dropper for up to 5 times daily for 10 days when fighting a full on cold or flu.
This concentrated tincture is made with organic echinacea stem and root and is handcrafted in small batches.
“Evidence indicates that echinacea potentially lowers the risk of re-occurrence respiratory infections and complications there of. Immune modularity , antiviral, and anti-inflammatory effects might contribute to the observed clinical benefits, which appear strongest in susceptible individuals” Source- Schapowal A Klein, Johnston SL. Adv Ther. 2015 March;32(3):187-200.
Comes in a 1 ounce blues glass bottle with dropper included, has an indefinite shelf life and to be stored at room temperature.
Please take care when using herbal remedies and products. We highly recommend reading our page regarding "Precautions and Contradictions" and additionally, "What is a Tincture?".
Immunity powerhouse in a little bottle, this I always keep on hand, knowing it’s pure and excellent for stopping any little bug that might be floating around
I really like that I can put it in my coffee, doesn’t change the taste & starts my day off with extra protection
I use my echinacea tincture only when I think I have been exposed to germs or if I start to feel under the weather. I use it for a few days to a week, I have not been sick in over 4 years of using a combination of Oakwood Natural Living tinctures.
My husband and I both had colds and I started this right away (along with the elderberry tincture I take daily) and mine cold was better 2 days before him. I would say this did it's job!
truly miraculous, a must have in the home. Used for prevention of illness. Pairs great with elderberry and hibiscus tincture.