December 2nd, 2010
Our Premium Detox 7 Day Comprehensive Cleansing Program contains Echinacea. Echinacea is most often associated with its use to relieve the symptoms and length of the common cold and the flu. It has been relied upon to treat upper respiratory infections, sore throats, whooping cough, tonsillitis, and fever associated with the flu. Echinacea is native to North America and does not grow wild in any other place in the world. However, it is cultivated around the world especially in Europe. It is also known by other names including: American cone flower, black Susan, black Sampson, hedgehog, comb flower, Indian head, Kansas snakeroot, narrow-leaved purple coneflower, scurvy root, and snakeroot. Echinacea grows up to twenty inches in height and produces a large purple flower. It behaves like an antibiotic and helps reduce fever, infections, halitosis, bladder infections, and the buildup of mucus. It is also very helpful in stimulating the body’s immune system because it has been found to stimulate the production of white blood cells which are the infection fighting cells in the body. It is very beneficial in the healing of most skin irritations like burns, eczema, psoriasis, cuts and bruises, boils, abscesses and herpes infections. It can also help control the inflammatory effects of allergies. While an effective topical treatment, Echinacea is also one of the best blood purifiers found in nature. While clearing the blood of damaging toxins, it also helps remove damaged cells and other irregularities in the bloodstream. Like an antibiotic it is very effective in making our own cells more efficient in protecting our bodies from bacteria, fungi and viruses and abnormal cells including cancer cells.
(To Be Continued)