Echinacea (popularly called “coneflower”) is an herb that has been used for hundreds of years and still remains to be a very popular supplement in present day. There are nine species of coneflower in the genus echinacea, all native to eastern and central North America, but three of them (e. purpurea, e. anguistifolia and e. pallida) are the ones primarily used for herbal supplements. The species are distinguished by the metabolites in the taproot, but other parts of the plant, especially the flower (including the spiny center, which gives the plant its popular name) also include active ingredients.


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