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Extensive research has been done on echinacea, given its long-standing cultural important and apparent effects on various illnesses. It has been found that echinacea directly impacts immune system strength due to the presence of key antioxidants and the anti-inflammatory effects of the herb. It is commonly prescribed by natural healers for sinusitis, respiratory infections, skin infections, and numerous other conditions. The easiest way to add echinacea to your immune-boosting diet is in tea form, although concentrated supplements are also widely available. Protection Status
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