Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Echinacea: Reclaiming this powerful plant


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5 comments:

Joleen said...

Nice article Rosalee, thank you. I knew there was more to Echinacea, just didn't know there was sooo much more lol.

herbvilla said...

Thanks for sharing... I find it interesting eventhough only the extract available my country..

Happy New Year 2012!!

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Jessica said...

I just stumbled on your blog and saw your blog roll! Thanks so much for doing that - I look forward to following your blog and many of the others you listed. My computer is not allowing me to send you an email, but I did want to share about my blog that I have recently started. I am studying to be a clinical master herbalist and an aromatherapist. My blog discusses not only herbs, but aromatherapy, nutrition and more. I would be honored to be added to your list and have linked your blog to my personal blog. I too, hope to start a blogroll soon and will be sure to add your blog to mine. Thank you for considering!
http://naturallivingsocal.blogspot.com/

saraho said...

Really great article! Thanks Rosalee. You addressed a lot of questions I'd had about E. angustofolia v. purpurea and whether it's a good idea to use it in autoimmune conditions. I usually advise people to use it at the first onset of symptoms, and to move on to other herbs if a condition (esp cold or flu) becomes entrenched. I loved the reminders about all the other maladies that echinacea can help.
I sent you an email about my blog and would love to be included in the blogroll if it's suitable. Thanks again for all the wonderful information you share!
~Sarah at Wellness The Natural Way

Oya La said...

Hi Methow, thank you for this fabulous stuff.
We used to grow this in British Columbia.
Oya