How To Use Echinacea Correctly During Cold & Flu Season is a mini-course designed to teach you how to use this great herb correctly for immune support during viral illnesses.
For years, echinacea has been promoted as the go-to herb to take for colds and the flu, but did you know that echinacea has a very short window of use in order for it to be effective against viral illnesses? Much of echinacea’s use during cold and flu season is incorrect and a result of false marketing designed by big companies to sell more capsules and make more money.
I’m here to share what I’ve learned about using echinacea correctly for viral illnesses through scientific research, the teachings of well-respected herbalists, and years of personal experience. The information in this course is perfect for beginner herbalists, but intermediate and advanced are welcome too.
In this mini-course, you’ll learn:
- How echinacea really works to help the body during colds and the flu
- Herbal actions of echinacea in the body
- Which species of echinacea is best
- How to actually use echinacea when you have a cold or the flu
- 3 situations when you should NOT take echinacea
All you need is the Adobe Acrobat reader (or any PDF reader) to read this guide which you can download for free here (get.adobe.com/reader).
Are you ready to clear up any confusion you may have when it comes to using this herb during cold and flu season?
The How To Use Echinacea Correctly During Cold & Flu Season mini-course is delivered in PDF format where you can access the 19-minute video presentation via Vimeo that is downloadable if you wish. This PDF also comes with a written transcript of the course and a printable “notes” page where you can keep track of what you’ve learned in the course.