Immune Building Blend for tea, tinture or wash
It makes a great gift when given with the enclosed info.
Echinacea (pink or purple cone flower)grows wild by roadside across the US. A Free gift from mother nature. Use it.
Echinacea was used by Native Americans for centuries to heal and treat snakebite, fevers and slow healing wounds. Echinacea
is a strong healing herb, which is again becoming well known in the medical community for its healing abilities and the fact that it builds the bodies on resistances and immune system.
Echinacea contains several chemicals that play a role in its therapeutic effects. These include polysaccharides, glycoproteins, alkamides, volatile oils, and flavonoids.
Folk Names; Cone Flower and Purple Cone Flower.
Healing and Strengthening Magick.
Echinacea was used by Native Americans within their healing magick and to call the spirits of the ancestors to help and protect them in hunting and battle.
Echinacea is also used in magick for strengthen the powers with the magick being worked.
Aids, Lupus, Diseases of the Immune Systems, Speed Recovery, Infections, Colds and Flu.
Echinacea is now under being used in AIDS research because of its natural ability to fight disease and stimulate the bodies on immune systems.
- 1/3 c
- dried echinacea (root and herb)
- 1/4 c
- elecampane, dried
- 1/4 c
- comfrey, dried
- 1/4 c
- mint, dried
Take one teaspoon herb mix and pour 1 cup boiling water over the herbs and steep for 3 minutes. Add honey to taste.
Drink one cup of tea daily.
You could use the same blend in a tincture if you prefer smaller daily doses.
Echinacea made into teas will ease fevers and speeds the recovery from colds, chills and flu.
Made into a tincture it will fight infections of the urinaniry track and kidneys.
Echinacea made into a wash will clean and help heal wounds and infections because of its natural antibiotics.