Coneflowers (Echinacea Angustifolia) are herbaceous plants that belong to the daisy family. The genus name of purple coneflower comes from the Greek word Echino, meaning hedgehog, and refers to its spiny brown central cone. They are native to the eastern and central parts of North America. There are nine species and from 60 to 100 varieties of coneflowers that can be found around the world today. Coneflowers grow in the fields, meadows, dry woodlands, grasslands and prairies. Two species of coneflowers are listed as endangered due to habitat destruction and over-collecting from the wild. People cultivate coneflowers in ornamental and medical purposes.
Purple Coneflower (Echinacea Angustifolia) is a medicinal plant whose flowers can be used to make a tea that strengthens the immune system. Liquid capsule- or pill form plant extract is commercially sold in most drugstores.
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