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Echinacea Tea’s Immune-Boosting Benefits

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  • Made from the leaves and flower buds (and sometimes roots) of the plant, Echinacea tea has been used for hundreds of years as a remedy for a wide range of ailments
  • Echinacea has been known for its many benefits, but did you know that you can brew it as tea — and still reap these positive effects?

You've most likely heard of echinacea, also known as coneflower, and the many potential health benefits that it can provide. A member of the Asteraceae family, along with lettuce, artichokes, dandelion and sunflower, echinacea has been used for over 400 years by Native Americans to ease infections, help wounds heal and as a "cure-all" for different illnesses.2 

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