Echinacea cultivation Ecological
Scientific name: Echinacea angustifolia
Top ranking: Echinacea
Echinacea is a herbaceous plant which used its leaves, flowers and roots for medicinal purposes. It is used primarily to treat infections in the respiratory system and other flu symptoms.
It is characterized by a large and colorful flower and in the middle of it, a thorny flower head. These plants reach a height between 1 and 2 meters high and have a resistance and suitability for the fascinating medium. So they can withstand different climates and adverse conditions such as severe droughts.
Echinacea is common in parts of South America and Africa, and grows mostly in the eastern part of North America and is being introduced in many areas of Europe.
Echinacea honey smells and has a lot of benefits to the skin. There are several brand name products available in the market, such as anti-aging serums, moisturizing skin and soft drinks that are enriched with the goodness of echinacea extracts.
- Combat Acne
- Reduces wrinkles
- Soothes irritated skin
- The extract of this plant added to shampoo it promotes hair growth
- Fight dandruff
simply mixing aloe vera, echinacea extract or tincture and a little tea tree oil the definitive recipe for healthy hair is obtained. Aloe vera and tea tree oil moisturizes hair while echinacea fighting bacteria that can cause infections of dandruff and scalp. This preparation has a calming effect.