Why Helichrysum Italicum is so special?
There are over 500 different species of Helichrysum (Asteraceae) of this daisy type flower. Some of which, like the Helichrysum Italicum, are unique to certain parts of the globe, Albania and Mediterranean to name only the mains. It is so special because it treats cosmetic as well as medical problems, age spots to sports injuries. It is known for its anti-bacterial qualities and its tissue healing properties, tests have been carried out at the hospital in Greece and France, where they used Helichrysum Italicum to close skin tissue, the result has been absolutely amazing as a very quick heal and with very little scarring, no redness and no infections. It multiplies the natural collagen count present in our skin cells and diminishes wrinkles and creases with a high percentage of success. It is also combined with other oils and used to treat acne, there are different remedies based on the Helichrysum Italicum. It acts on the skin, on muscles and joints and on the nervous system; there are not many essential oils with this vast healing power. In fact I now call Helichrysum Italicum “liquid gold”, as it is so precious.
Why is it rare?
Because of its chemical composition it makes it unique. The soil composition and climate contribute enormously to its structure. In fact the climate and the soil will modify the Italidione %, which can cause the overall price to rise. The main harvesting of Helichysum Italicum takes place in June as the level of Neryl Acetate % is at its peak. The subtle oil factory smell produced by Helichrysum Italicum connects us to the Earth and lets our minds drift into conciliate with inner emotions and ourselves by odor. This is why Helichrysum Italicum is quite simply the best of essential oils with a multi functional healing of unequaled quality.
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