Historically, Native Americans relied on the root of Echinacea to numb toothache pain and treat dyspepsia as well as snake, insect and spider bites.
What does ECH stand for?
ECH stands for Echinacea
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We have 72 other meanings of ECH in our Acronym Attic
- Études Constructions Gestion Transactions Immeubles (French construction company)
- Elmira College, Gannett Tripp Library (Elmira, NY)
- European Corporate Governance Training Network
- Entente Cycliste de Gruchet le Valasse (French cycling club)
- Ear Canal Headphones
- Early Career Hire
- Early Childhood for the Handicapped
- Earth Coverage Horn
- Echangeur (French: Exchange; Canada Post street designation)
- Echo Channel
- École Centrale d'Hypnose (French: Central School of Hypnosis)
- El Centro Hispano (North Carolina)
- Electron Cyclotron Heating
- Elizabethtown Community Hospital (New York)
- Emergency Command Hologram (Star Trek)
- Empty Container Handler (equipment)
- Enhanced Call Handling
- Enterprise Customer Hub (Amdocs)
- Entreprise de Construction Hémoise (French construction company)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Researchers assigned roughly 700 adults who had just caught a cold to get one of the following: (1) no pills, (2) a placebo blinded, (3) echinacea blinded, or (4) echinacea not blinded.
com, White Plains, NY, selected and tested a variety of echinacea supplements for adults and children.
consumers looking for botanical remedies spent $126 million on Echinacea products in 2007.
More recently echinacea has been hailed as both a treatment for and a way of preventing the common cold.
The Common Cold Centre at Cardiff University is hoping to establish whether taking echinacea can prevent coughs and sniffs.
The effect of Echinacea purpurea, Astragalus membranaceus and Glycyrrhiza glabra on CD69 expression and immune cell activation in humans.