In this article on whether echinacea is a bronchitis cure, you will discover:
- What is echinacea?
- Why is echinacea a good cure for your bronchitis?
- How much echinacea should you take to cure your bronchitis?
Echinacea (also known as the purple coneflower) is a wild flower; it is native to North America.
Echinacea has been used by the native North American Indians for centuries for its beneficial medicinal properties.
Typically, the plant and the root of echinacea is use for medicinal purposes in the flowering stage the plant.
Echinacea’s beneficial health properties can help to:
- Support the immune system
- Fights bacterial, viral and fungal infections
- Helps to detoxify the body
- Cold Sores
- Common Cold
- Sore Throat
- Ear Infections
- Poor Immune System
- Wound Healing
- Yeast Infection
Echinacea is good cure for your bronchitis, because it helps to stimulate your immune system by increasing T-cell response and enhancing macrophage function.
The health properties of echinacea make it ideal for fighting and preventing viral bronchitis, colds and flu. How Much Echinacea Should You Take To Cure Your Bronchitis?
For a bronchitis cure, you can take a dose of up to 300mg of echinacea three times a day.
Echinacea is quite safe to take as a supplement, but you must follow manufacturer’s guidelines on how to use their product.
Some echinacea supplements need to be taken intermittently, whilst others can be taken all the time.
As with all supplements, please consult your doctor before taking them.
So, to sum up. . .
Echinacea is as safe but powerful herb to take, to fight viral, fungal and bacterial infections.
It is ideal for fighting and preventing colds and flu, boosting the immune system and is a good bronchitis cure.
Stewart Hare C. H. Ed Dip NutTh
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