Echinacea has been used for hundreds of years for medicinal purposes. The cone flower is beautiful and commonly grows in gardens, and when drank has a smooth flowery or citrus taste, very similar to the average herbal tea.
**If you have an autoimmune condition or a suspected autoimmune condition, avoid echinacea tea since it is an immune BOOSTER.
If you want to mix it up, Pukka sells a delicious extremely flavoful Elderberry and Echinacea with Elderflower tea.
At age 26, I am only getting started in my career path. I have just relocated to Vancouver to study holistic nutrition, and hope to share my knowledge through this platform. This website is a work in progress.