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Stillingia

Description

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.*

 

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Products Containing Stillingia

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    Echinacea Red Root Supreme

    Contains Gaia Farm Echinacea

    This formulation combines Echinacea, traditionally used to support a healthy immune system response, with Red Root, which promotes healthy drainage of toxins from the lymphatic system.* Echinacea Red Root Supreme helps maintain a healthy inflammatory response to occasional seasonal stressors and supports the tissues of the throat and tonsils.* It contains Gaia Farm’s Certified Organic Echinacea.

    Herbs:  Echinacea Angustifolia Root, Echinacea Purpurea Aerial Parts, Indigo, Prickly Ash, Red Root, Stillingia, Thuja

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