Helichrysum Essential Oil

Helichrysum Essential Oil

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Product Name Price Qty
Helichrysum Essential Oil (1/3 oz)
Helichrysum Essential Oil (2 oz)
Helichrysum Essential Oil (4 oz)

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Helichrysum Essential Oil is the #1 oil to treat bruises. If applied to the injury site immediately, bruising can be avoided. For those suffering from blood clots especially in the legs, a massage oil with Helichrysum Oil can help dissolve the clots and prevent heart attack. For hearing loss due to infection, inflammation, or some nerve damage, this oil can help if applied behind the ear daily for at least a month.

Helichrysum Essential Oil

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Helichrysum Essential Oil is considered an anti-allergenic because it has antihistamine properties. Use immediately after exposure to allergen. Breathing by diffusing or just smelling from the bottle will help. For the skin, Helichrysum Oil heals wounds and leaves no scar marks, and can lessen scars already present. It makes the skin smooth, soft and helps it retain moisture. It prevents dehydration and cracking of the skin. There is a huge variety of chemical compositions between the different species. Very confusing, and we think that they should be treated differently as there appear to be wide differences in their uses. Italicum is known as the curry plant and can be purchased from local nurseries. The Italicum is the most widely used of the helichrysums. This oil was made famous by the French who noticed that it had remarkable anti-bruising properties. It seems that Helichrysum has bets-diones or ketone like compounds that have anticoagulant properties.

Additional Information

Product No. 01-hel00-group
GCC DS-GP Madagascar
Common Name Helichrysum, Everlasting, Immortelle, Italian Helichrysum, Curry Plant
Scientific Name H. angustifolium, H. stoechas (Spain, France), H. italicum (Italian), H. italicaum var, serotinum (Corsica), H. bracteaflorum (Madagascar)
Family Name Asteraceae (Composite, Daisy)
Indigenous Country Mediterranean
Country Of Production Italy, former Yugoslavia, Spain, France, Madagascar
History Herbally used in Europe for respiratory problems and for headaches and skin conditions. Also used as an air freshener and an insect repellent.
history_cont No
Plant Description An herb growing to 2 feet, with a multi-branched stem having a woody base and producing colorful daisy-like flowers that become dry as they mature. After cutting, the flowers retain their color. There are approximately 500 species.
Parts Processed Flowering heads.
Processing Methods Steam distilled.
Color Range Yellow-red.
Chemical Constituents Classed as a monoterpenol and ester: limonene, pinene, nearly acetate phenol, eugenol, nerol
Yin/Yang Yin/Yang
Physical Uses Used for skin traumas prevent bruising, acne, allergies, stretch marks, skin inflammations, spots, warts, cuts, wounds, ulcers, old scars, asthma, bronchitis, arthritis, muscular aches and pains, bacterial and viral infections, colds, flu, candida,
Physical_Uses_cont headaches from liver congestion, herpes, rheumatism, depression, nervous exhaustion, stress related conditions, phobias.
Mental Uses How can I serve you? How can I serve my world?
Emotional Uses Self-conscious, wants and desires come before all others and all things, ego-centered TO love of others, life centers around service, enjoy in giving to others.
Spiritual Uses Can indicate that you are ready to turn from selfishness or a material world to self-loving or a more spiritual world. Helichrysum is a higher heart oil.
Spiritual_Uses_Cont In calling for this oil, you have reached a certain point of spiritual maturity as it generates altruism and a spirit of "all is all right."
Applications Aftershave, aroma lamp, bath, compress, light bulb ring, inhaler, massage, mist spray, perfume, steam inhalation, steam and sauna room.
Warnings/Contraindications Nontoxic. Schnaubelt suggests taking it orally in small doses as a liver stimulant.

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