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Echinacea Symposium Presents New Research On Chernobyl Victims

harvest of Echinacea strands, the latest research on the analytical methodology and the standardization of Echinacea constituents, and traditional uses of Echinacea species by Native Americans.

The symposium's objectives are fourfold, including to:

  • Bring together international experts to discuss the latest clinical trial results using Echinacea to treat radiation exposure in the Ukraine and to prevent and treat respiratory infections in the US;
  • Disseminate the latest conservation research about harvesting and sustaining wild Echinacea;
  • Help industry professionals analyze and standardize Echinacea constituents; and,
  • Present information about the traditional uses of Echinacea species by Native Americans.

Topics and presenters at the symposium include:

Treating Chernobyl patients -- the startling results of a long-term clinical study of Echinacea's effectiveness with patients exposed to radiation. Dr. Victoriya F. Pochernyayeva, Stomatology Academy, Ukraine.

Overview of the science of Echinacea -- quality, preparations, constituents, pharmacological activity, bioavailability of Echinacea species. Professor Dr. Rudolf Bauer, Institut fuer Pharmazeutische Biologie, Dusseldorf, Germany.

The ecology of Echinacea -- the bioimpacts of harvesting on the available supply of Echinacea. Dana Price Hurlburt, University of Kansas, Kansas Biological Survey.

Standardizing Echinacea -- how to analyze, characterize and standardize the active constituents of Echinacea. Steve Moring, Ph.D., University of Kansas, Higuchi BioSciences Center for Bioanalytical Research

Echinacea and Native Americans -- the uses of Echinacea angustifolia and other Echinacea species by Native Americans in the Great Plains. Kelly Kindscher, Ph.D., University of Kansas, Kansas Biological Survey.

The symposium is under the auspices of the American Herbal Products Association, a Silver Spring, Md.-bas
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Contact: Brian Ruberry
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