Elecampane, also known as Inula helenium, is a perennial herb that belongs to the Asteraceae family. The plant has been used for centuries in traditional medicine due to its numerous health benefits. Elecampane raw materials are commonly used in the production of supplements, herbal remedies, and cosmetic products.

Synonyms: Elecampane is also known by other common names such as Horse-heal, Wild sunflower, Scabwort, and Velvet dock.

Botanical Names: The botanical names for Elecampane are Inula helenium, Helenium grandiflorum, and Aster helenium.

Growing Locations: Elecampane is native to Europe and Asia and is widely cultivated in these regions. It is also found growing in North America and can be cultivated in temperate climates. The plant thrives in well-drained soil with full sun exposure. It can grow up to six feet in height and has yellow flowers that bloom in the summer months.

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