Also known as everlasting and immortelle. The name Helichrysum is derived from the Greek: helios meaning sun, and chrysos meaning gold. In areas of South Africa it has been used as an aphrodisiac and also as a food. Usually it is seen as a garden ornamental.
Helichrysum stimulates the growth and regeneration of new skin cells, and can assist in healing scars, acne, stretch marks, and help tighten loose skin. Is also an anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic making it useful for inflamed skin, eczema or dermatitis.
Research shows that a 3 to 6 percent dilution of an extract of Helichrysum into sesame oil, makes an effective sunscreen.
Helichrysum is great as a first-aid oil, it may be applied neat to injuries until further treatment can be sought, it reduces swelling, disinfects the wound and promotes healing through tissue regeneration.
Helichrysum flowers are often used to improve the appearance of herbal teas. They are a key ingredient in the Zahraa tea popular in the Middle East. Any tea containing helichrysum should be strained before drinking.
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