Botanical Name: Echinacea angustifolia/Echinacea pallida/Echinacea purpurea.
Common Names: Purple coneflower.
Part Used: dried and Root are used for herb; also juice and liquid extract. Echinacea is also used in perfect combination of vitamin C and goldenseal.
Common Use: Echinacea products are basically used as the general tonic to the resistant or immense system, balancing cellular immunity and supporting and purification of the blood, for the best treatment and prevention of infections. There are no hardly side effects with the use of Echinacea.
General: Several animal studies and laboratory recommend that Echinacea contains active matters that increase the activity of the protected system, reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and antiviral, have hormonal, and also antioxidant effects.
Botanical: Sambucus nigra.
Part Used: leaves, Bark, berries and flowers.
Medicinal Used: The bark of Elder is a powerful purgative which may be combination with different advantage, mixture of one OZ. in pint doses of water being taken in wineglassful; in huge doses Elder is an emetic. Its also use as a purgative dates back to Hippocrates. The Elder has been much utilizing as a diuretic, an aqueous solution having been found very effective and useful in renal dropsies and cardiac. Elder has also been successfully utilized in epilepsy.
Common Uses: its leaves are commonly used in the best preparation of balm, Green Elder Ointment, Unguentum Sambuci Viride, which is a domestic medicine for marks, chilblains, sprains, for used to wounds and for use as an emollient.
Botanical: Inula Helenium.
Common names: wild sunflower scabwort, and horse heal.
Parts Used: Root. The herb, Elecampane consists of both rootstock or rhizome and roots. It is familiar in most pharmacopoeias.
Habitat: Elecampane is one of the main herbaceous plants, which is basically found in England, occurring locally only, in shady ground and moist soil pastures?
Medicinal Uses: Diaphoretic, diuretic, expectorant, antiseptic, alterative, astringent, tonic, and smoothly stimulant.
Botanical: Eucalyptus globules.
Part Used: The leaves oil.
Habitat: South and North Africa, Australia., Southern Europe and India.
Medicinal Uses: antiseptic, aromatic, Stimulant. The Eucalyptus Oil is mostly use and powerful antiseptic of its type of class. Eucalyptus Oil is mainly used as antiseptic gargle and refreshment tonic.
Botanical name: Eucalyptus regnans
Common names: Victorian Ash, Mountain Ash, Stringy Gum or Tasmanian Oak.
Locations: It is mainly occurs in deep soiled, cool, mostly found in mountainous areas to 1000 m altitude with heavy rainfall of over 1300 mm per year.
Common use: Eucalyptus regnans is also valued for its timber. And it has been harvested in really very high quantities.
Botanical: Cenothera biennis.
leaves and Bark.
Habitat: however initially an inhabitant of North America, but was introduced initial into Italy and then all over Europe, being often grown wild in Western Europe.
Medicinal Uses: Sedative and Astringent. The herb extracted from the plant of evening promise, though it has been has been tested in various directions so that why it is not in very common use, and has been utilize with achievement of the proper treatment of gastro-intestinal disorders of a useful source, whooping cough and asthma.
Botanical: Euphrasia officinalis.
Parts Used: Herb. The Eyebright is British species of a type containing at least 20 species distributed over Northern and Western Asia, North America and Europe. Medicinal
Uses: Astringent and slightly tonic. Experts recommend Eyebright use in the sight diseases, eyes weakness, ophthalmic, etc., it is best for the eyes diseases.
Another use: The dried herb of eyesight is factor in British Herbal Tobacco, which is basically smoked most helpfully for constant bronchial colds.