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Latin name: Echinaceae purpurea herba
English name: Echinaceae purpurea herb
Plant(s) From: Echinacea purpurea

It includes the fresh aerial parts of Echinacea angustifolia collected at the time of flowering and their preparation in effective dose.


Echinacea purpurea herba contains caffeic acid derivatives, mainly cicoric acid (1.2-3.1% in flower), caftaric acid and chlorogenic acid; its alkamides, mainly isomeric dodeca-2E,4E,8Z,10E/Z-tetraenoic acid isobutylamides, 4-O-methylglucuronylabinoxylan) and PS II (an acidic?(0.001-0.03%); PS I (ramnoarabinogalactan), in water containing fructans soluble polysaccharides; 0.48% quercetin and campherol type (eg rutoside) flavonoids; 0.08-0.32% essential oil consisting of borneol, bornyl acetate, pentadeca-8-en-2-one, palmitic acid and others. it does.

General information

Spreading from North America to the whole world, echinacea was discovered by Native Americans; It is known that it is used as a wound and burn healer, mumps, insect bites, as a mouth and pharyngeal disinfectant, as a pain reliever in stomach and headache, as an antidote for cough, cold, measles and gonorrhea, snake bites and poisonings.
Commission E has reported the use of E. purpurea preparations.

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