Bot. Name : Echinacea
Angustifolia DC Family
Synonyms : Brauneria
anguistifolio Heller; English : Narrow-leaved cone
flower, Black sampson.
Description : An
erect herb, 30-60 cm. in height, sparsely or densely hispid.
Leaves alternate, simple lanceloate to nearly
linear, 8 to 20 cm.
long entire, attenuate
at base; the lower into slenderpetioles;
solitary on long peduncles terminating the stem and few
purple, about 2.5 cm long, 2-toothed at apex,
spreading or drooping,
fruiting disk often 2.5 cm high.
Habitat : Found
in America and Central Europe.
proving of this remedy was taken by Dr.J.C. Fahnestock
and also contributed by T. C. Duncan; A
Dictionary of Pract
Mat Vol. 1, 691.
Part Used : Whole
Preparation : (a)
Mother Tincture ,
Angustifolia in coarse power
. 100 g
. . 200 ml
. . 825 ml
To make one thousand grammes of the Trituration.
(b) Potencies :
2x to contain one part Mother Tincture
two parts Purified Water and seven
parts Strong Alcohol. 3x and higher with dispensing