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Can Echinacea stop cold?
Why Echinacea is popular for cold prevention in most western families? Why Echinacea extract is popular in the domestic immune health care field in recent years?
Let’s take a look at the history and authoritative reports on the application of Echinacea extract to prevent and treat colds at home and abroad:
In the very early years, Native Americans used Echinacea roots or leaves to soak in water to treat coughs, sore throats, toothaches, snake bites, etc.
In 1999, the World Health Organization recognized the role of echinacea in the prevention and treatment of colds;
In 2000, ESCOP (European Phytotherapy Scientific Research Cooperation Group) recognized that echinacea can be used to prevent and treat colds;
In 2007, academician Xiao Peigen, a famous Chinese medicinal botanist, developed a health food formula to prevent colds;
In 2013, in the H7N9 diagnosis and treatment plan, echinacea extract was listed by experts as one of the four major nutritional supplements for avian influenza;
What’s more worth mentioning is that Dr. Bart, a consultant of the American Herbal Medicine Association and associate professor of the Department of Public Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine, said after summarizing several echinacea clinical studies published in the past ten years, there are at least 30 clinical results showing that Echinacea is a relatively safe herbal medicine-no obvious dose dependence, no overdose side effects, no contraindications and drugs. It is currently the most advantageous natural botanical medicine for the prevention and treatment of colds and can be applied to the elderly, Children and adults, this undoubtedly provides more theoretical support for the development and application of echinacea extract in the health care product market.