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RE: Another OT

I'm w/ Auralie - echinacea strengthens the immune system. It's becoming
more widely used all the time for that. It's the root that does it. I
won't dig up my purple coneflowers, so I buy echinacea capsules.


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Tue, 18 Nov 2003 19:44:32 -0600

>Echinacea capsules?!? Never heard of them Auralie...
>> Glad you're feeling better, Kitty.  Sometimes those things make you
>> so
>> awful you don't want to live.  Next time you feel something like that
>> coming
>> on, run quick and take a handful of Vitamin C pills and two or three
>> Echinacea
>> capsules.  No doctor will tell you that, but believe me, it works.
>> headed
>> off colds this way for years (just watch, I'll probably catch one now
>> I've said that.)  I always take a couple of Echinacea capsules if I am
>> going to
>> be in a crowd just as a preventive.  We sat through a football game
>> of
>> course) that ran into double overtime on Saturday in a very cold,
>> stadium.  I was chilled to the bone, and thought that might be the end
>> our
>> healthy stretch, but so far, so good.  At least give it a try - can't
>> hurt.
>> Auralie
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