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Echinacea is a flowering plant in the daisy family, native to eastern and central North America. The remedial usage of Echinacea began in its place of origin, in North America, where it was historically used by various American Indian tribes for different purposes.

For example, the Kiowa and Cheyenne tribes utilised the plant to alleviate the symptoms of a sore throat and bad coughs. The Pawnee tribe used it for headaches, whilst the Lakota tribe, along with many others, used it for pain relief.

Indeed, even in modern society, people still take Echinacea to help prevent the onset of colds and to help with the symptoms, along with taking it to help improve their immune system as a whole.