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Purple echinacea, also known as purple coneflower and Sampson root, it's a member of the daisy family that occurs naturally in the eastern United States and is widely cultivated elsewhere.

While the herb provides long-lasting, showy flowers all summer, the root of the plant is harvested in late fall for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities. The dried root is typically either decocted to make teas and infusions or is tinctured in alcohol.



Organic Echinacea


Organic Echinacea (Echinacea Purpurea)