Winter Care, 1oz, Moutain Rose Herbs

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Excellent for boosting your immune system during the colder months.

This traditional combination of health supportive herbs is the perfect ally for when that telltale tickle of the season comes. The Echinacea combined with Goldenseal in this blend assists with healthy immune function at the first signs so you can delight in the joys of the season.

Echinacea and goldenseal are two herbal supplements that are often used for their potential health benefits.


  1. Immune support: Echinacea is believed to have immune-boosting properties, helping to strengthen the body's natural defense mechanisms. It is often used to prevent or reduce the severity of the common cold and other respiratory infections.

  2. Anti-inflammatory effects: Echinacea may have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help alleviate symptoms associated with conditions such as arthritis, sinusitis, and respiratory tract infections.

  3. Wound healing: Some studies suggest that echinacea may aid in wound healing by promoting tissue regeneration and reducing inflammation.


  1. Immune Support: Goldenseal is believed to have immune-boosting properties. It contains a compound called berberine, which exhibits antimicrobial activity and may help support a healthy immune system.

  2. Digestive Health: Goldenseal is sometimes used to support digestive health. It is believed to have mild antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects that could benefit conditions such as diarrhea, gastritis, and stomach ulcers. However, more research is needed to establish its effectiveness.

  3. Respiratory Health: Goldenseal has a long history of traditional use for respiratory conditions. It is often included in herbal remedies for colds, coughs, and sinus congestion. Some studies suggest that goldenseal may have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that could help alleviate respiratory symptoms.

  4. Skin Conditions: Goldenseal has been used topically for various skin conditions, including rashes, eczema, and minor wounds. Its antimicrobial properties may help fight against certain skin infections, but further research is required to determine its effectiveness.


Organic Echinacea root, organic Goldenseal root, and organic grain alcohol.