What is echinacea purpurea extract used for?

- May 27, 2020-

Phenols in echinacea purpurea extract protect the active substances in the cells of enzymes and receptors in plants , protecting plants from infection and UV radiation. Phenols are also antioxidants and are beneficial to human health.

At the same time, Echinacea purpurea extract also contains alkylamide or aminools, polysaccharides, glycoproteins and coffee acid derivatives, etc., which can affect and improve the immune system. Therefore, a series of studies hope to extract a monomer compound of eacoin, using monomer extraction purification to ensure its efficacy, so as to achieve cheap and efficient industrial chemical production.

However, the study found that the antibacterial effect of separated ethal-conjugate compounds is often not as good as that of natural mixed extracts, the main reason for which may be due to the existence of complex biochemical components in the echinacea has a good synergy between them, these ingredients exist alone far less than the natural combination of multiple components when the effect is better.

echinacea purpurea extract


In summary, the echinacea is a native North American plant used to treat mosquito bites, known as "Indian herbs", it has been used as a natural medicine since ancient times.

Purple cone flower extract has a positive immunomodulation effect, but the ingredients contained in the echinacea purpurea extract may have antagonistic effect with conventional medication for autoimmune diseases such as lupus lupus, and may not be directly used in the treatment of related diseases. Therefore, immunity is not higher the better, it is generally recommended that short-term intermittent use of echinacea extract can improve immunity, but not continuous long-term use.


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