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«Preparations made from coneflower [Echinacea angustifolia] show immunobiological properties characterised by increased body immunity… The plant is able to strengthen the body's natural defences against cold-induced diseases, flu-like syndromes and diseases of the upper respiratory tract. Confirmed the preventive effect and reduction of illness duration and symptom intensity(swollen lymph nodes, pharyngitis, headache, earache, runny nose, watery eyes, etc.).
Coneflower is also indicated as an adjuvant in chronic urinary infections. These indications are recognised by the WHO and and the ESCOP….
Echinacea pallida
can be used as a supportive treatment in the forms of influenza, like E. purpureain the preventive treatment and, in the a short term, in colds. … Interesting is the use, by virtue of its anti-inflammatory properties, as an adjunct in the treatment of prostatitis, urethritis, and in gynecology, metritis, annexitis and relapsing vaginal mycosis caused by Candida albicans as well as in forms of Polyarthritis » [1].  

«The preferred variety is Echinacea angustifolia, but also E. pallida and the most common E. purpurea. They exert a relatively similar therapeutic effect.
Properties: alterative [cleanses the blood], antibiotic, carminative, stimulant, vulnerary. Uses: it stimulates the activity of the immune system against all infectious and inflammatory diseases; improves digestion; prevents the formation of pus.
Its reinforcing action on the immune system is exerted in particular by stimulating phagocytosis, the formation of T-cells and by inhibiting the formation of the hyaluronidase enzyme, which, released by bacteria, causes the cell wall breakdown and the subsequent formation of pus. Coneflower is one of the most powerful and effective remedies against all kinds of bacterial and viral infections. It should be administered frequently: every hour or two in the acute stages, gradually increasing the interval as symptoms improve. Typically you do not recognise side effects to prolonged administration of Coneflower …»[2].

[1] Enrica Campanini, Dizionario di fitoterapia e piante medicinali, Tecniche Nuove Francesco Perugini Billi, Fitoterapia, Edizioni Junior
[2] Michael Tierra, Grande manuale di erboristeria, Edizioni Mediterranee
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