10 Graines Rudbeckia, Echinacea pallida rose
Rudbeckia, Echinacea Pallida Rose |
Echinacea Pallida is a species of Plants Herbaceae of the family of Asteraceae can reach up to 1.20 M high. It is a species fromNorth America.
This species ofEchinacea was used by North America in the east of the Rockies. Until XVIIIe century, its use was very widespread and devoted to the treatment of many diseases in native populations, such as respiratory infections. The discovery in the nebraska of echinaceous roots confirms its use between 1772 and 1810. Inspired by the Amerindian tradition, North American doctors of the 18th centurye century used it gradually, and it was officially recognized in 1895 as a medicinal plant in North America. Around the 1950s, the use of the plant practically disappeared in favor of antibiotic drugs. She has experienced a renewed interest since we discovered the disturbing phenomenon of the resistance of microorganisms to antibiotics, especially in Europe, where it holds an important place in the field of phytotherapy.
Nevertheless, in 2015, a study concluded that there has no association between products fromEchinacea and a decrease in the duration of colds1.
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