Echinacea tea is an antibacterial tea made from the flowers, leaves, and roots of the wildflowers Echinacea purpurea, Echinacea angustifolia, and Echinacea pallida.

Echinacea is a species of wildflower closely related to ragweed and sunflowers. Echinacea is more commonly known as coneflower.

What Is Echinacea Tea?

For hundreds of years, echinacea has been used in herbal medicine to help cure a wide variety of illnesses.

What Does Echinacea Tea Taste Like?

Echinacea has a strong floral flavor with notes of pine needles and meadowsweet.

– 6-8 hours of sun per day  – Sow in spring or early fall – Native soil amended with compost or garden soil  – Drought tolerant  – Thrives in growing zones 5-8

Can You Grow Echinacea Tea?

Who Should Not Drink Echinacea Tea?

People who are susceptible to grass, ragweed, and flower allergies should be cautious about drinking echinacea tea.

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