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Echinacia tincture from Cattail Apothecary

Echinacia tincture from Cattail Apothecary

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ECHINACEA // Immune System Booster

Echinacea purpurea tincture. Echinacea, also known as purple coneflower, is one of the most well-known, mainstream herbs for cold and flu support. When taken at the onset of symptoms (think that first inchy feeling in the back of the throat) it awakens the body's defenses and can reduce the severity and duration of the cold or upper respiratory infection.

Echinacea has been used in North America for well over 400 years by the Great Plains peoples and was supposedly referred to as "elk root" after sick and wounded elk were observed eating the plant.

Take a dropperful straight, dilute in water or mix with honey (raw, local is best) regularly during flu-season.  Take straight up to 3x/daily during symptom onset.

Packaged in 1 oz amber glass bottles with dropper top.

All Cattail Apothecary products are handmade in a private kitchen in Bethany, Connecticut and have not been evaluated by the FDA. All ingredient information given is for educational use only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. None of the information given intended to represent or replace the advice of a medical professional or physician. Spot test for allergies 24 hours prior to use. Discontinue if an allergic reaction, redness or irritation is noticeable. Always use caution when applying any product containing essential oils on children. Cattail Apothecary is not responsible for the improper use, reactions, or results of how you use this product. Please consult your doctor or health care provider for any possible contraindications and/or interactions with current medications. Always inform your healthcare provider(s) if you are taking any herbal remedies or supplements. Use these products at your own risk.