The ECHINACEA for a Better Immune Defence

Posted by Muslim on Friday, July 29, 2011

Echinacea for better immune
Composition and properties of Echinacea.
Echinacea is a plant widely cultivated for its stem-rich core assets that enhance the immune defense of the human organism. Thus, it is a particularly effective remedy against diseases and respiratory infections. In case of flu, colds or bronchitis, this plant is intended to be an ally ideal for lovers of alternative medicine. Echinacea is generally given on trade as food supplements. During the treatment, it stimulates the action of white blood cells responsible for growth of interleukins, cellular secretions preserving the immune defense.

Echinacea in addition to being a decorative plant is therefore a medicinal plant which we must not neglect the properties. It is primarily used by the tribes of North America, however, available on the U.S. and European markets, it is accessible to all who wish to improve their immune to better maintain their health. It is particularly rich in phenols, flavonoids, polysaccharides, micronutrients and contains an essential oil. Moreover, its acids cichoric caftaric and allow him to fight against allergies and inflammation.

Information about the use of echinacea
There are several varieties of echinacea. But the most widely used in medicine, traditional or modern, are Echinacea angustifolia, purpurea and pallida. This plant is appropriate to prevent or treat influenza, colds, to disinfect wounds, reduce fever or to neutralize snake bites. By consuming some side effects may occur, however, they bear witness to its action. For example, the subject may experience tingling of the tongue, saliva secretion is increased, but these symptoms disappear after a few minutes.

The process of stimulating the immune defense begins in the stomach and continues through the intestines. At this stage, echinacea anime Peyer's patches, which will stimulate the spinal cord, and the sphere node, and finally animate the white blood cells. Otherwise, the choice is offered between the food supplements of echinacea tea form, drink and capsules. In general, the recommended dosage is 1 to 2 grams per day of Echinacea. It varies depending on the composition of the product purchased. As with any dietary supplement, excessive consumption of this plant can cause adverse health effects. Thus, prefer to use short-term treatment may be renewed after a certain period. Check the product label carefully and follow the instructions.

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