Echinacea

Native Helper

Echinacea is an herb from the daisy family originally native to North American prairie lands. It blossoms from mid-summer to autumn, easily recognizable by its purple-pink rays emanating from a brassy hued center. Echinacea is widely cultivated in various gardens while its “unique powers” were first discovered by Native American Indians hundreds of years ago.

Echinacea purpurea

Characteristics

Plant family Daisy (asteraceae)
Flowering season July to September
Harvest July to September – while flowering
Origin North America
Vegetation Dry, sunny areas

Sugar Free Green Tea with Echinacea

Goodness that Nurtures

Honey Lemon with Echinacea

Soothing and Refreshing