User Reviews for Echinacea
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|Condylomata Acuminata||1 reviews||6 medications|
|Cold Symptoms||7 reviews||1028 medications|
|Summary of Echinacea reviews||8 reviews||9.9|
Reviews for Echinacea
For Cold Symptoms: "I had a upper respiratory infection, including yellow-green phlegm and a nasty sore throat from all of the sinus drip. My naturopath prescribed a capsule mix of echinacea and goldenseal that I took 4 times a day for one week, and poof my sinus/respiratory infection was gone. In the past I've always taken antibiotics for these kind of sinus problems that crop up in the winter time, but I'm glad to have found a more natural alternative that returns some needed vitamins and nutrients to my body while ridding me of a nasty condition."
Cyllene January 20, 2012
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For Condylomata Acuminata: "I got genital warts about 2 years ago. Ever since taking Echinacea 3 times a day which equals 9 pills it has totally cleared up the disease. The doctor said I am cured. Plus I have not had one single bout or the flu. I love this herb!"
LOVE IT October 20, 2009
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For Cold Symptoms: "Very effective. I am recommending it to everyone. First time I took it 12 years ago while having a very bad cold and after 2 days I was okay. Since than we use echinacea as a preventative measure against colds and have not had one cold."
Anonymous December 27, 2008
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For Cold Symptoms: "Echinacea & Goldenseal works wonder for me. I am a 45 year old women and have sinus problem all the time. Every year I am on antibiotic. This year I start taking Echinaacea & Goldenseal. In one week I am much better."
noseclog May 24, 2008
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For Cold Symptoms: "Thank you for balanced information. My mother (77), learned purple coneflower from her grandmother. It still grows in our gardens for tea or infusions (upper chest poultice in grave situations), but not on a long-term basis (more than a week), NOR unless definitive symptoms have appeared - in the individual or several household members/ frequent visitors. Not even those allergic to ragweed have ever had an adverse reaction."
susfubb April 1, 2008
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