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 pale echinacea, pale purple-coneflower,​ pale-flower echinacea, **Blassfarbener Sonnenhut**,​ Prärie-Igelkopf,​ Blasser Igelkopf, Blassfarbene Kegelblume pale echinacea, pale purple-coneflower,​ pale-flower echinacea, **Blassfarbener Sonnenhut**,​ Prärie-Igelkopf,​ Blasser Igelkopf, Blassfarbene Kegelblume
  
-Perennial herb, up to 1m high, native in central North America, naturalized in eastern North America, also cultivated; sparsely to densely hairy, stems green to purplish (rarely branched); leaves elliptic to lanceolate, entire, ​flower ​rays pink to pale reddish purple, laminae reflexed, up to 9cm long; disc corollas 5-7mm, lobes usually pink to purple, pollen usually white, rarely lemon yellow; cypselae tan or bicolored, 2.5-5mm. [[http://​www.efloras.org/​florataxon.aspx?​flora_id=1&​taxon_id=242416464]]+Perennial herb, up to 1m high, native in central North America, naturalized in eastern North America, also cultivated; sparsely to densely hairy, stems green to purplish (rarely branched); leaves elliptic to lanceolate, entire; paleae 9-14mmtips purple, sharp-pointed; ​rays pink to pale reddish purple, laminae reflexed, up to 9cm long; disc corollas 5-7mm, lobes usually pink to purple, pollen usually white, rarely lemon yellow; cypselae tan or bicolored, 2.5-5mm. [[http://​www.efloras.org/​florataxon.aspx?​flora_id=1&​taxon_id=242416464]]
  
 "​Preparations and extracts are taken orally and used in supportive therapy for colds and influenze. In Germany, only E.pallida is an approved herb, not E.angustifolia... The immun stimulant effects are mainly derived from in vitro experiments with immune cells, showing increased mobility and phagocytosis... Controlled clinical studies with patients suffering from flu have shown efficacy for the stated indications;​ the duration of illness was significantly shortened."​ \\ "​Preparations and extracts are taken orally and used in supportive therapy for colds and influenze. In Germany, only E.pallida is an approved herb, not E.angustifolia... The immun stimulant effects are mainly derived from in vitro experiments with immune cells, showing increased mobility and phagocytosis... Controlled clinical studies with patients suffering from flu have shown efficacy for the stated indications;​ the duration of illness was significantly shortened."​ \\
echinacea_pallida_nutt._nutt.txt · Zuletzt geändert: 2015/11/04 13:27 von andreas