Echinacea Angustifolia

Echinacea angustifolia , also known as narrow-leaved coneflower, is a species of plant native to the Great Plains of North America. This variety of coneflower is known for its distinctive flowers, often purple, which feature a prominent central cone surrounded by drooping petals.

Traditionally, Echinacea angustifolia has been used by the indigenous peoples of America for its natural properties in various traditional preparations. The roots of this plant, in particular, were often used in herbal teas and other botanical remedies to support general well-being.

Today, Echinacea arouses wide interest since it contributes to the proper functioning of the body's defensive system by strengthening the immune system.

We use Echinacea in our B-Immunity .