Echinacea: Everything You Need to Know About the Most by Roy Upton

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Pallida could be used interchangeably and used echinacea for a variety of conditions. 9 Its clinical Page 15 application in most of the conditions reported as successfully treated with echinacea is consistent with its use in modern herbal practices, and many of these applications have since been substantiated through modern pharmacological investigations. Medical Use of Echinacea from 1852 Echinacea was included in the United States Dispensatory under the old botanical name, Rudbeckia purpurea, for its treatment of syphilis.

Lust had a difficult time finding the supplies he Page 19 needed, and opened the first retail health food store as a means to supply his patients with the goods necessary for a natural health care regimen. Integral to Father Kneipp's philosophy was that healing comes from within and that it must be approached holistically from many different perspectives including diet, lifestyle, stress reduction, rest, exercise, fresh air, plenty of sunlight, hydrotherapy and simple herbal remedies. Health food stores have historically promoted preventive health care through these principles, in contrast to the overreliance on powerful synthetic drugs and highly invasive surgeries which are the foundation of modern medicine.

My Introduction to Echinacea I was first introduced to echinacea in 1981 by an elderly nurse named Leah Lischner Conners. At the time, Leah was 82 years old and owned a health food store in Clearlake, California, the biggest community of senior citizens in the state. She had been a nurse most of her adult life, and was brought into the world in 1899 by a homeopathic physician named Dr. Imodene Wilcox. Her older brother was already a physician practicing homeopathic medicine in New York. Leah was never supposed to have been born as her mother had pernicious anemia and was told to not have any more children.

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