With her as a shield, nothing can happen, especially when the elements attack. It's as if she had fallen into Panoramix's magic potion... Small as she is, she's distinguished by her power and especially her resistance to any trial, whatever the time of year!
The Echinacea purpurea is known to strengthen immunity and increase the body's resistance!
11 is the number of taxa of the various plants (9 species and 2 sub-species)
3 is the number of colours of the flower: yellow, pink and sometimes whiteMore
506 mg/d of echinacea extract
2 025 mg/d dry plant equivalent
4 Kcal/d energetic value
put under the tongue, directly or in a spoon
1 to 3 sprays/d preferably in the morning
When using the AIRLESS pump for the first time, press several times to activate it
Ingredients (for 3 pump presses or 1.5 ml): 506 mg dry extract of echinacea Purpurea (root; 4/1); organic rice syrup; water; organic agave syrup; acidity corrector: citric acid; pineapple aroma; preservatives: potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate; gellan gum.
You should not exceed the recommended doses. Keep out of the reach of young children. This food supplement is not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet or a healthy lifestyle. This product is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women. Those receiving medical treatment should consult their pharmacist or doctor before starting to take the supplement. Unsuitable for people who are allergic to one of the constituents. The natural character of the ingredients is likely to result in slight variations in the colour and initial texture of the product without altering the quality. Food supplement.
The name derives from the Greek echinos, meaning "hedgehog", and refers to the flower head, which is covered in quills. The Latin purpurea means "purple" and announces the purplish-pink colour of the flower. Originating from the centre of North America, its root was used by the American Indians (Sioux, Comanches), being applied externally to treat wounds, burns, insect bites and snake bites. The first European immigrants quickly regarded it as a panacea. It is one of the adaptogenic plants and it contributes in particular to the body's immune system. We know about a dozen species of echinacea but three are very well known for their use in ethnobotany and their reputation in herbalism: E. purpurea, E. angustifolia and E. pallida!
We use the purple coneflower root because it contains a large amount of nutrients, such as:
• Alkylamides (echinacin)
• Phenolic compounds (echinosides cynarine,...)