Benefits of echinacea and goldenseal: Echinacea & Goldenseal – Reliance Private Label Supplements
Echinacea & Goldenseal – Reliance Private Label Supplements
Echinacea & Goldenseal – Reliance Private Label Supplements
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Echinacea is a wildflower (purple coneflower) native to North America. While Echinacea continues to grow and is harvested from the wild, the majority used for herbal supplements comes from cultivated plants. The root and/or the above-ground part of the plant during the flowering growth phase are used in herbal medicine. Echinacea is famous as an immune builder. For immune deficiency, Echinacea can help stop an acute oncoming cold, flu, or infection if used in large doses at the first sign of immune breakdown.† The larger acute doses below will assist in warding off oncoming acute bacterial and viral infections (such as colds and flu).† Echinacea will excite the immune system to fight off microbes before they dominate an organ system and create symptoms or pathology. † Goldenseal (Hydrastis Canadensis) is one of the most popular herbs on the market today. It was traditionally used by Native Americans to treat skin disorders, digestive problems, liver conditions, diarrhea, and eye irritations. Goldenseal became part of early colonial medical care as the European settlers learned of it from the Iroquois and other tribes.
- Echinacea purpurea root extract 6:1, 33mg
- Goldenseal (Hydrastis Canadensis) root, 200mg
- Proprietary blend, 75mg: (Burdock (Arctium lappa) root, Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) root, Red clover (Trifolium pratense) blossoms, Ginger (Zingiber offinale) root, Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) fruit.
- Echinacea stimulates phagocytosis (the ingesting or engulfing of cells, including white blood cells) to help clean up foreign bodies and increases the number of white blood cells.†
- It helps prevent and reverse necrosis (tissue degradation where pus forms from infection) from wounds. †
- Echinacea helps “activate” the immune system and stimulate certain immune cells that are critical to maintaining overall health.†
- Echinacea helps keep the respiratory system healthy when challenged, particularly during winter months.†
- Echinacea’s history began when Echinacea purpurea was used by the Great Plains Indians as a painkiller with anti-inflammatory properties.†
- As an herb that appears to aid in liver cleansing and detoxification, Goldenseal is often used as a balancing herb in conjunction with herbs like Echinacea, which is believed to help clean the blood.†
- The supportive herbal blend contains herbs that may have natural, mild diuretic effects (Burdock, Dandelion, and Red Clover), may aid in managing inflammation (Ginger), and promote improved circulation and absorption (Cayenne).†
†These statements have not been evaluated by The Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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Benefits, Dosage, Side Effects, and More
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) is a perennial plant native to eastern North America (1).
Its roots and leaves have been used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments, especially those involving infections or inflammation (1).
Today goldenseal ranks amongst the most popular herbal remedies worldwide. Teas, herbal extracts, or capsules sourced from this plant are used to treat colds, hay fever, digestive problems, sore gums, and skin problems (2, 3, 4).
Goldenseal is also added to various over-the-counter remedies, such as ear drops, feminine hygiene products, eyewash formulations, cold and flu remedies, allergy relief products, laxatives, and digestive aids (1, 4).
The herb is naturally rich in a class of alkaloid compounds, with berberine, hydrastine, and canadine being found in the highest concentrations.
These alkaloids are linked to antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and believed to be the main reason behind goldenseal’s purported health benefits (1).
Goldenseal is praised for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s often taken to prevent or treat upper respiratory tract infections and the common cold (3, 5).
It’s also used to treat skin disorders, lack of appetite, heavy or painful periods, sinus infections, indigestion, and other inflammatory or digestive disorders (1).
However, research supporting its benefits is limited and generally weak. The benefits with the most scientific backing are outlined below.
Colds and other upper respiratory tract infections
Goldenseal is a popular natural treatment for upper respiratory tract infections, including the common cold (6).
Cell and animal studies suggest that berberine, one of the main active compounds in goldenseal, may help fight infections caused by bacteria and viruses. This includes the virus responsible for the common cold (7, 8, 9, 10, 11).
However, despite goldenseal’s inclusion in many cold remedies, it’s unclear whether the effects observed in animals apply to humans.
The amount of berberine used in these animal studies is generally larger than the amount found in goldenseal supplements. In addition, the absorption of berberine from goldenseal may be lower than that of concentrated berberine supplements (4, 6).
Therefore, more research is needed to determine which effect, if any, goldenseal has against upper respiratory tract infections in humans.
Combined with echinacea
Goldenseal is often combined with echinacea in over-the-counter herbal cold and flu remedies (4, 12).
Echinacea is a plant that’s also native to North America and traditionally used to treat infections, including the common cold (12).
Although some studies suggest that echinacea may lower the risk of respiratory infections, not all agree (13, 14).
Currently, there’s no evidence to suggest that combining goldenseal with echinacea offers any benefits beyond those associated with taking each on their own.
Detoxing or passing a drug test
Some believe that goldenseal can help your body detox from toxins and harmful substances. Yet, very little evidence exists to support this claim.
Your body is naturally designed to detoxify itself. It does so by converting toxic compounds into harmless substances in your liver or making sure they’re eliminated from your body through urine and sweat (15, 16).
Research suggests that goldenseal may reduce the activity of certain liver enzymes responsible for breaking down drugs. As such, this herbal supplement may slow the detox process rather than promote it (1, 17).
However, there’s also evidence that goldenseal may help your body get rid of certain drugs more quickly through the urine. Because of this, some believe goldenseal may help hide the use of illegal drugs to pass a drug test (1).
Keep in mind that newer drug testing methods are now able to detect the use of goldenseal in urine samples, reducing the likelihood of a false negative result on a drug test (17).
While goldenseal’s detoxifying potential may depend on the type of toxin or harmful substance at hand, more studies are needed to confirm this.
Urinary tract and yeast infections
Goldenseal is a common herbal remedy for urinary tract infections (UTIs) and yeast infections.
Cell studies suggest that berberine, one of the main active compounds in goldenseal, may protect your body against various bacteria and fungi (18, 19, 20, 21).
For instance, berberine may stop bacteria from sticking to the walls of your bladder, potentially preventing or helping treat a UTI (22).
Berberine is also believed to keep Candida albicans, a fungus that’s naturally present in the human body, from multiplying in excess (23).
When present in normal numbers, Candida poses no health issues. However, when present in excessive amounts, this fungus can cause vaginal yeast infections, oral thrush, skin rashes, and UTIs (24, 25).
In one study, people with recurrent UTIs given a mix of herbal extracts containing berberine were less likely to experience another UTI than those given no berberine (26).
Although the results from this study seem promising, no human studies have directly examined the effect of goldenseal on UTIs or yeast infections to date. Therefore, more studies are needed before strong conclusions can be made.
Chlamydia or herpes
Chlamydia and herpes are some of the most common sexually transmitted diseases in the world (27, 28).
When left untreated, chlamydia can cause various complications, including infertility. Moreover, babies born vaginally to mothers with chlamydia have a higher risk of pneumonia and vision problems (28).
Herpes is a viral infection that causes watery blisters on the skin or mucous membranes of the lips, mouth, or genitalia. It can be transmitted through oral or sexual contact (28).
A handful of older studies suggest that berberine, one of the main active compounds in goldenseal, may help treat herpes and chlamydia infections.
For instance, some of these studies suggest that vaginal chlamydia infections may be treated with berberine-containing douches, vaginal suppositories, or various types of oral goldenseal supplements (29).
They also propose that berberine-containing plants may help prevent the herpes virus from replicating. One particular study observed that goldenseal mixed with myrrh and thyme helped treat oral herpes (30, 31).
That said, few of these studies looked at the direct effects of goldenseal in humans, and no recent research can be found to support these older findings. Therefore, more research is needed.
Acne and psoriasis
Berberine-containing plants like goldenseal may benefit your skin.
Older test-tube studies suggest that berberine, one of the main active compounds in goldenseal, may help fight P. acnes, the bacterium responsible for acne (32).
In addition, animal research suggests that berberine’s anti-inflammatory effects may help treat inflammatory skin conditions like psoriasis (33).
However, research on this topic is limited and not specific to goldenseal. Therefore, more research is needed.
Goldenseal may help protect against tooth infections.
One study suggests that an herbal mouth rinse containing various herbs and goldenseal reduced the growth of bacteria responsible for dental plaque and gingivitis, a mild form of gum disease (31).
Another study suggests that using goldenseal as a toothpaste or mouthwash may help soothe inflamed gums (34).
Still, research is limited, and more studies are needed to confirm these proposed oral health benefits of goldenseal.
A few test-tube studies suggest that goldenseal extracts may fight H. pylori, a bacterium that can infect the lining of your stomach and has been linked to the appearance of stomach ulcers (35, 36).
Goldenseal extracts also appear effective against the C. jejuni bacterium, which is a main cause of gastroenteritis (37).
Gastroenteritis is an inflammation of the stomach and intestines that causes diarrhea and vomiting. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), infections with C. jejuni are the most common cause of gastroenteritis (38).
Berberine, one of the main active compounds in goldenseal, is thought to be largely responsible for this plant’s potential ability to protect against H. pylori and C. jejuni (39, 40).
Yet, no studies have observed these effects directly in humans. Therefore, more research is needed before strong conclusions can be made.
Animal studies suggest that the berberine in goldenseal may induce labor by stimulating the uterus to contract (41).
However, goldenseal and other berberine-containing plants may not be safe to use during pregnancy for several reasons.
First, berberine administration in rats caused lower weight in both mothers and babies. In addition, berberine is believed to cause or worsen jaundice in newborns, which — in a low number of cases — may cause brain damage (4, 41, 42).
As such, women are advised to avoid goldenseal during pregnancy.
Cholesterol and triglyceride levels
Studies in mice and hamsters suggest that the berberine in goldenseal may help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglyceride levels (43, 44).
A recent review of 12 studies found similar results in humans. The authors concluded that berberine may help reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglyceride levels by 20–55 mg/dL (45).
Although these results seem promising, there’s currently no scientific proof that goldenseal produces the same effects.
Therefore, more research is needed to determine whether goldenseal has any cholesterol- and triglyceride-lowering effects in humans.
Goldenseal may be beneficial for people with type 2 diabetes.
Studies suggest that berberine, one of the main compounds in goldenseal, may reduce sugar absorption from the gut, lower insulin resistance, and promote insulin secretion — all of which are factors that may help lower blood sugar levels (46).
Research further suggests that the blood-sugar-lowering effects of berberine may be as effective as those of metformin, a common antidiabetic medication (46).
Moreover, the combination of berberine with blood-sugar-lowering medication appears to be more effective than taking blood-sugar-lowering medications on their own (47).
However, although the benefits of berberine appear promising, it’s unclear whether the amount of berberine in goldenseal is sufficient to produce the same effects. Therefore, more goldenseal-specific studies are needed.
Goldenseal is considered safe when consumed for short periods at the typically recommended dosages.
Side effects are rare but may include nausea, vomiting, and reduced liver function (42, 48, 49).
That said, research on this herbal supplement’s safety is very limited. In addition, short-term use is poorly defined, and little is known about the safety of long-term use or high dosages (1, 42).
Moreover, due to its high cost, some products claiming to contain goldenseal may not contain any amount of this plant or very little of it.
For instance, some products replace goldenseal with Chinese goldthread, Oregon grape root, barberry, yellow root, or Chinese goldenseal — all of which contain berberine but no hydrastine or canadine (50).
Therefore, these herbs may have different side effects and drug interactions than those associated with goldenseal (42).
People wishing to try goldenseal should carefully read a supplement’s ingredient label to ensure that it truly contains goldenseal before purchasing the product.
Goldenseal supplements are available in a wide range of forms, including capsules, lotions, drops, sprays, eyewashes, and feminine hygiene products. They’re currently consumed in various dosages, and little research exists on which dosage is best (1).
Dried root supplements tend to be taken in a dosage ranging from 0.5–10 grams three times a day, whereas alcoholic tinctures and liquid extracts are typically taken in dosages of 0.3–10-mL dosages three times a day (1).
Goldenseal can also be consumed as a tea by steeping 2 teaspoons of the dried herb in 1 cup (240 mL) of hot water for about 15 minutes.
That said, no studies can currently confirm whether these dosages are the most beneficial ones.
At this time, it’s unclear what dosage of goldenseal would cause an overdose — and what the effects of this overdose may be.
Over-the-counter goldenseal preparations tend to be available in doses ranging from 100–470 mg, and most people seem to take goldenseal in doses of 0. 5–10 grams or 0.3–10 mL three times a day (1).
These dosages appear to be generally safe, but little is known about the potential effects of larger doses (1).
When in doubt, contact your healthcare provider or local poison control helpline.
Studies suggest that goldenseal may slow the activity of liver enzymes that are responsible for eliminating certain medications, including antidepressants.
This may cause these medications to remain in your body for longer than expected, possibly allowing them to reach toxic levels (41, 42, 49, 51).
People currently taking medications should consult their healthcare provider before starting to take goldenseal.
Little scientific guidance can be found regarding the optimal handling and storage of goldenseal supplements.
Goldenseal supplements are available in a wide range of forms, including dried herbs, lotions, and liquid extracts, among others.
As such, storage, handling, and expiration dates are likely to vary.
For best results, follow the storage and handling recommendations outlined on your product’s packaging and make sure to discard products that have passed their expiration date.
There’s currently little to no research regarding the safety of goldenseal use in pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Animal studies suggest that berberine, one of the main active compounds in goldenseal, is linked to lower weight in both mothers and babies. Berberine may also cause the uterus to contract, possibly increasing the risk of preterm birth (41).
According to animal research, berberine may also cause or worsen jaundice in newborns, possibly causing brain damage (4, 41, 42).
It’s currently unknown whether berberine can pass from mother to baby through breastmilk (52).
Based on this limited evidence, women are discouraged from consuming goldenseal while pregnant or breastfeeding.
At one point, goldenseal ranked amongst the top 20 most popular herbal remedies worldwide and the 6th most commonly used herbal preparation by children under 18 years of age (2).
However, little is known about its effects in children, other than that it may cause or worsen jaundice in newborns. Therefore, experts generally do not advise giving goldenseal to infants and young children (42).
Animal studies suggest that berberine-containing supplements like goldenseal may result in lower birth weight and cause the uterus to contract, potentially increasing the risk of preterm birth (41).
Moreover, little is known about the safety of goldenseal while breastfeeding. As such, it’s recommended that women avoid taking this herbal supplement during pregnancy or while nursing (52).
Finally, goldenseal may interact with certain medications, including antidepressants. Therefore, people currently taking any type of medication should consult their healthcare provider before taking goldenseal (42, 49, 51).
Most of goldenseal’s purported health effects are attributed to its active compounds berberine, hydrastine, and canadine.
Therefore, other berberine-, hydrastine-, or canadine-containing herbs or purified supplements may exert effects similar to those of goldenseal.
Research on the health benefits of purified berberine supplements is generally stronger than research regarding the benefits of goldenseal (53).
Berberine may be more easily absorbed into the body when taken alone compared with when ingested along with other compounds, as would be the case when taking goldenseal (4).
However, berberine supplements contain little to no hydrastine and canadine. Therefore, they may be expected to have effects and side effects that are different than those of goldenseal.
Berberine-containing herbs, such as Chinese goldthread, barberry, yellow root, and Oregon grape, are sometimes used as an alternative to goldenseal. However, these herbs typically contain little to no hydrastine or canadine (50).
Therefore, they may have different effects when compared with goldenseal, as well as side effects and herb-drug interactions of their own (42).
Why is a mixture of echinacea and goldenseal extracts good?
Are you looking for a natural way to strengthen your immune system? Echinacea and goldenseal extract may be exactly what you are looking for. They are both effective herbal remedies for colds, flu, and other respiratory ailments. This powerful combination contains a potent blend of antioxidants, alkaloids, and other plant extracts that, when used together, can help support healthy immune function. In this post, we will discuss the potential benefits of using echinacea and goldenseal extract as well as their side effects. We will also look at how to properly use these herbal extracts to maximize their effectiveness.
What are echinacea and goldenseal extract mixtures?
A blend of Echinacea (Echinacea angustifolia/purpurea) and Goldenseal (Sambucus nigra) extracts is a popular herbal supplement known for its immune-boosting properties. It is made from two types of plants that have been used in traditional medicine for centuries. Echinacea is believed to stimulate the immune system and reduce inflammation, while goldenseal has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Together, they make a powerful combination for maintaining overall health and well-being. If you’re looking for a natural way to boost your immune system and fight off colds and flu, a mixture of echinacea and goldenseal extracts might be just what you need.
Benefits of Echinacea Extract
Echinacea, commonly known as Echinacea purpurea, has been used in folk medicine for centuries as a remedy for various ailments. Scientific studies have shed light on the modern benefits of this plant. Several studies show that echinacea helps prevent or treat upper respiratory tract infections (URIs). They reduce the symptoms and duration of the disease. Echinacea has been found to boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, and even reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. This is due to its active compounds, which have powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
Echinacea is used to fight infections and help wounds heal. It can also be taken to help with urinary tract infections, ear infections, and more. Echinacea tincture has also been shown to lower blood sugar levels in people with high blood glucose levels, a condition that can increase the risk of diabetes and other health problems. The herb is safe for most people and rarely causes side effects. You can take it internally or apply it to your skin. Some herbalists say that you should not use echinacea for more than 8 weeks because it can damage your liver or suppress your immune system.
The best way to use echinacea extract is as a supplement. It can also be taken as a tea, tablet, or tincture. As more research is done, it is becoming increasingly clear that echinacea could be a valuable addition to our modern health system.
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Native to North America, Goldenseal has been used for centuries for its natural healing properties. This herb is known for its powerful antimicrobial properties, making it especially beneficial for treating infections and inflammation in the body. It has also been shown to have a positive effect on digestive disorders such as constipation and diarrhea. The active ingredient in goldenseal, berberine, has been the subject of much research for its ability to fight infections such as gastrointestinal disease, lower blood sugar, and improve insulin sensitivity. With so many potential health benefits, it’s no wonder goldenseal has become a popular natural remedy for those seeking to improve their overall well-being.
Goldenseal – Natural Cold Remedy
Goldenseal is a safe, natural herb, sometimes combined with Echinacea, which is a popular choice for immune support, cold and flu relief, and upper respiratory infections. Goldenseal is also a natural expectorant and can help you breathe better and sleep more when you are sick.
Goldenseal is a natural pain reliever
Berberine, an alkaloid found in goldenseal, can relieve pain. It also supports the immune system by activating macrophages, which eat away bacteria and other foreign substances in the body. Studies have shown that it may be useful in the treatment of inflammatory diseases and digestive disorders such as indigestion, diarrhea and gastritis. It can also inhibit the growth of bacteria called H. pylori, which can infect the lining of the stomach and lead to ulcers. The bitter substances in goldenseal also stimulate the production of digestive enzymes and stomach acid, preparing the stomach for optimal absorption of food. It also helps balance the microbiome, which is the bacterial community in the digestive tract.
Goldenseal is a natural antibiotic
Goldenseal is also known to treat urinary tract infections (UTIs) caused by bacteria and yeasts. It has been shown to prevent bacteria from sticking to the lining of the urethra and bladder. It also helps restore the balance of bacteria in the small intestine, preventing overgrowth of E. coli and Proteus species that can cause gastrointestinal symptoms such as bloating, abdominal pain, and diarrhea.
Echinacea and Goldenseal Combination Benefits
Echinacea and Goldenseal are two natural remedies that have been used for centuries. Their combination can provide various benefits for overall health and wellness. Echinacea is known for its immune system boosting properties, while goldenseal is a powerful anti-inflammatory. Together, they can help fight infections, reduce inflammation, improve digestion, and even improve cognitive function. Whether you’re taking it as a supplement or making a tea, the combination of echinacea and goldenseal can be a great addition to any health regimen. It’s important to check with your doctor before adding any new supplements to your daily routine, but this powerful duo can bring a lot of benefits to your life.
Echinacea and Goldenseal Extract Blend Side Effect
Echinacea and Goldenseal Extract Blend is a popular herbal supplement with people looking for natural remedies for a variety of ailments. However, it is important to note that, like any other supplement, it can have side effects that users should be aware of. Some of the possible side effects include upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Therefore, it is recommended to consult a physician before taking this supplement, especially if the person has underlying medical conditions or is taking medication. It is also important to follow the recommended dosage and not exceed it, as this may increase the risk of side effects. However, they can cause side effects if taken in high doses over time. In addition, they may interact with certain medications. For example, berberine can interact with medications such as benzodiazepines. Talk to your doctor if you are taking any prescription or over-the-counter medications and be sure to follow the dosage recommendations on the label of your Goldenseal product.
In conclusion, both echinacea and goldenseal offer numerous health benefits when taken alone or in combination with extracts. While the natural benefits are significant, it is also important to note that there may be side effects if too much of this extract blend is taken. Therefore, it is recommended that you consult your doctor before use to ensure that the correct dosage is being used. Either way, a mixture of echinacea and goldenseal extracts can add a host of natural healing ingredients to any wellness program. With their combined beneficial effects on a variety of ailments, this powerful blend may be just what you’re looking for to keep your body strong and healthy. Therefore, before taking them, it is better to consult a doctor.
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