Supports immune response at onset*
By combining two Gaia-grown™ Echinacea species with Elderberry and Ginger, Gaia Herbs Quick Defense is our best-selling formula that supports a healthy immune response.*
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The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins and waste. Gaia Herbs Echinacea Red Root Supreme formula contains a harmonious blend of ingredients that have traditionally been used to support lymphatic health.*
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Proudly made in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina.
400 mg/ml herb equivalency.
Adults take 30-40 drops of extract in a small amount of water 3-4 times daily between meals.
Shake well before using. Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation. If you have a medical condition or take medications, please consult with your doctor before use. Keep away from children. Use only as directed on label. Safety sealed for your protection.
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The Eclectics were a group of Doctors who used primarily botanical medicine from the 1830’s until the 1930’s, and were largely responsible for popularizing Echinacea angustifolia. The Lloyd Brothers were pharmacists and botanists who supplied the Eclectics with “Specific Echinacea” and Echafolta; a purified and potent form of the plant medicine made from E. angustifolia root. Prof. John Uri Lloyd studied this botanical remedy for thirteen years starting in 1885 without determining the exact c...
This member of the Compositae (daisy) family, sometimes referred to as Purple Coneflower, was popularized by European research commencing in 1939 conducted primarily on the fresh pressed aerial portions of the flowering plant. Echinacea purpurea is scarce in the wild but is considered native to Arkansas and Missouri and traveled eastward after 1968. It is drought and disease tolerant and therefore very easy to cultivate. All Echinacea purpurea currently used in commercial preparations is cult...
Indigo (_Baptisia tinctoria_) is a member of the pea family native to the eastern United States, where it grows in dry meadows and open woodland environments. It was used by Native Americans and early settlers as a dye, and the root was used to clean wounds.* A tea made from the root was used as internally during fevers and acute immune challenges, and externally as a poultice for toothaches and wounds.* Later, the Eclectic physicians of the 1800s used this herb for typhoid fever and diarrhea...
The Prickly Ash tree is native to North America, where the bark of these American trees has been used as medicine for hundreds of years. The genus name, Zanthoxylum, is said to be derived from the Greek words, zanthos and xylum, meaning "yellow wood." Eastern Native American tribes valued Prickly Ash Bark as a means to stimulate saliva flow. Native Americans went on to share this knowledge with the new colonists. Eclectic physicians in the United States around the nineteenth century continued...
This plant is native in Canada to Manitoba, south to Nebraska, Texas and South Carolina. It is sometimes called New Jersey Tea because it was used as a substitute for Tea during the American Revolutionary war. It is an especially good landscape plant because of its hardiness and exceptional flowering habits that have also earned it the name Wild Snowball. It can withstand inhospitable conditions due to the presence of massive, woody, deep red colored roots that can reach diameters of up to 8 ...
Also known as Queen’s Root, Stillingia (_Stillingia sylvatica_) is native to the southern United States and grows in sandy prairies and meadows. It was used traditionally in Native American medicine and by the Eclectic physicians in the early 1900s to support skin health, the upper respiratory system and occasional constipation.* Small pieces of the root were chewed to in winter to support a healthy throat and upper respiratory system.*
Arborvitae (Tree of Life), are species of Thuja which can grow anywhere from 10 to 200 feet tall. There are two species of Thuja native to North America, Thuja occidentalis or Eastern Arborvitae/Northern Whitecedar and Thuja plicata or Western Redcedar. Thuja is not true Cedar Genus (Cedrus) rather they are in the Cypress family (Cupressaceae). The First Citizens of Canada used the needles of Thuja occidentalis (Eastern Whitecedar) to make a tea that has been shown to contain 50 mg of vitamin...
Alcohol USP (52-62%) and water.
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Supports immune response at onset*
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