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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Echinacea, Sage Leaf, Eucalyptus Leaf, Ginger Root and Thyme

Other Names: Echinacea, Purple Coneflower, Black Sampson, Niggerhead, Rudbeckia, Sampson Root, Hedgehog, Red Sunflower, Snakeroot, Kansas Snakeroot, Narrow-leaved Purple Coneflower, Coneflower, Scurvy Root, Indian head, Comb Flower, Black Susans, Echinacea Purpurea
Traditional Usages: Colds, Flu, Migraines, Rheumatism, Tumors, Malaria, Hemorrhoids, Chronic Infections, Throat infections, Urinary Tract and Vaginal Yeast Infections, Stomach Aches, Headaches, Measles, Coughs, Gonnorrhea, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Snakebites, Boils, Acne, Abscesses, Skin Disorders, Eczema, Cleansing Wash for STD's, Gangrene, Shingles, Toothaches, Chronic Fatigue
Resources: North America, Europe, US
Parts Used: Roots, Flowerheads
Herbal Research: Echinacea
Health Warning: Echinacea should not be taken longer than 8 - 10 days at a time - then stopped for a week.


Echinacea, Sage Leaf, Eucalyptus Leaf, Ginger Root and Thyme - Herbal remedy for Strep Throat: The herbs that you can mix to form a powder are echinacea, sage leaf, eucalyptus leaf, ginger root, and thyme. With this mixture you can prepare a tea to be taken to treat strep throat.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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