Echinacea Extra Strength Tincture Organic
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Prairie Doctor Brand

Echinacea Extra Strength Tincture Organic

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Latin Name: Echinacea angustafolia

NPN: 80001776

Extraction: 1:3 (333mg/ml)

Alcohol: 50%

Grown: Organic

Origin: Pacific Northwest

Part Used: Root

Dose: 2-4ml 3x per day (For use beyond 8 weeks consult a Health Care Professional)

Ingredients: Organic Echinacea Root, Organic Non-GMO Cane Alcohol, Distilled Water.

NPN Claim:  Acts as a supportive therapy in the treatment of colds, flus and infections, upper respiratory infections and urinary infections.

Other Uses: Traditionally used to combat colds, flu, and infection and for the relief of sore throats related to colds.

Risk Info: Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen. Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you have a progressive systemic disease such as tuberculosis, collagenosis, multiple sclerosis, AIDS and/or HIV infection or an auto-immune disorder. Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are taking medications to suppress the immune system (immunosuppressive medications)

Other Info: Fun Fact. Prairie Doctor was a nickname for Echinacea in Canada into the 1900's. Since it was our first product we thought is was appropriate to name the company after it! 

Be warned this product supplies a hefty dose of the "tingling feeling" present in Echinacea products! Some people like and others not so much. Rest assured though this is a good thing and what you want from your Echinacea products. 

Echinacea or Purple Coneflower is a flowering perennial plant in the sunflower family native to North America. Its habitat spreads across the great plains of Canada and the US. The medicinal part of E angustafolia is the roots which are typically harvested in the 3rd year.

The best extraction method for this plant is hydro alcoholic, which pulls out the many phenols and flavonoids which have been shown to increase antioxidant activity in organisms.