Purple coneflower – root/herb
Echinacea purpurea is originally native to North America, although this perennial plant is now cultivated all over the world. It is very popular as an ornamental plant in gardens as it has pretty, striking flowers.
Purple coneflower ... a potent root
The drug is made up of the dried underground parts of the plant. The purple coneflower is traditionally used as an aid for colds and also for mild acne.
Purple coneflower ... a potent herb
The drug is made up of fresh aboveground plant parts harvested at the time of flowering.
At Anklam Extrakt®, the freshly pressed juice is used for production. Traditionally, the fresh plant preparation can be taken internally for short-term prevention or treatment of colds. The preparations can be applied externally in the case of small or superficial wounds.
Purple coneflower herb
|Variations of extract||Extract details||Further information|
|00-123-1223-04||The cold-pressed purple coneflower juice is dried under gentle conditions.
DER genuine 40 - 50 : 1
≥ 2.4% ß-1.2-D-fructofuranoside
|ASMF on request|
Purple coneflower root
|Variations of extract
||Extract details||Further information|
|00-115-1223-03||Extraction solvent: ethanol 30 - 40% (m/m)
DER genuine 2 - 8 : 1
0 - 10% maltodextrin
≥ 4% total polyphenols
≥ 0.025% dodecatetraenoic acid isobutylamide
|Organic and Kosher