I started putting Helichrysum on my finger (neat) several times the first day. I then mixed Helichrysum with trauma oil and kept applying several times a day. My finger never thumped or had pain unless I hit it on something. The severe black and blue and swelling was gone within a few days
This is a must for bruises or any type of trauma. Helichrysum is helpful in wound healing and skin cell regeneration. A little goes a long way with this oil. Helichrysum has been shown to work better at lower concentrations.
Latin Name: Helichrysum italicum
Plant Origin: Hungary
Botanical family: Asteraceae
Plant Part: Flower, wildcrafted
Processed: Steam distilled
Chemical family: Monoterpenes, Sesquiterpenes, Monoterpenols, Sesquiterpenols, Ketones, Esters
Aroma: Curry, warm, herbaceous
CHEMISTRY & SAFETY
SAFETY: FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid use near eyes or mucous membranes. Always dilute before applying to the skin and use within the “Best By” date.
Anti-inflammatory – alleviates redness and inflammation
Anti-allergenic - preventing or relieving allergies
Antiseptic - assists in fighting germs or infections
Antispasmodic – relieves spasms and cramps
Cicatrisant – healing for scars, promotes skin cell regeneration
Skin Healing - supports the skin to heal
Tonic – strengthens and restores vitality
Wound healing – supports the healing of burns, cuts, scrapes
HOW TO USE
Bruises: add 5-10 drops to 1 Tablespoon of jojoba oil and gently apply to bruised area.
- At a Glance:
- This is a must for bruises or any type of trauma. Helichrysum is helpful in wound healing and skin cell regeneration.
- Wildcrafted, Hungary
- Antispasmodic (muscle relaxing), Cicatrisant (skin healing)
- Chemistry (batch specific)::
- a-pinene (25.68%), Neryl acetate (10.55%), g-cucumene & a-terpineol (8.69%), b-caryophellene (6.04%), limonene (4.87%), b-selinene (3.54%), italicene (2.66%)
- Steam Distilled:
- November 2015
- Shelf Life:
- 4-5 Years (approx.)