Echinacea Purpurea, also known as purple coneflowers, belongs to the family of Asteraceae. These beautiful coneflowers used traditionally in American Indian medicine as a “cure-all” now is commonly used as a herbal immunostimulant and for the purposes of fighting respiratory ailments and and flu symptoms. It is among the top 10 best-selling botanicals in the U.S. In Western herbal fields, Echinacea is largely an introduced plant.  For the prevention and cure of bird flu in poultry, our researchers recommended the combination of E. Purpurea extract with Hypericin. 



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