Fight Inflammation With This Everlasting Essential Oil

Were you aware that scientific studies have proven that essential oils can be used to fight microbial infections and significantly reduce pain? The most potent anti-inflammatory of these essential oils is helichrysum. Helichrysum is also known as everlasting essential oil or immortelle, and is slightly red-tinted pale yellow with a sweet honey-like fragrance.

This essential oil can be used for emergency first aid and in the ongoing treatment of injuries. It is at its height of effectiveness when mixed with lavender, which is also a pain-reliever and anti-inflammatory. Plus, helichrysum can also be used to help…

  • Relieve muscle aches and arthritis.
  • Ease headaches and migraines.
  • Ease dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis breakouts.
  • Heal recent or old burns, scar tissue, stretch marks and even acne scars.
  • Aid in resolving depression, stress and long-standing emotional issues.
  • Relieve chronic bronchitis, whooping cough and asthma in Europe.

Are you ready for a natural way to knock out that pain, heal quicker and lift your spirits? Helichrysum has a way of making you feel better faster… both mentally and physically.

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Dr. Michael Cutler

Michael Cutler, M.D. is a board-certified family physician with 18 years experience specializing in chronic degenerative diseases, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue.

A graduate of Brigham Young University, Tulane Medical School and Natividad Medical Center Family Practice Residency in Salinas, Calif., he serves as a medical liaison to alternative and traditional practicing physicians. His practice focuses on an integrative solution to health problems.

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  1. Bert Kraan says

    I should like to know which Helichrysum is meant in the article about its essential oil, especially combined with that of lavender.
    Waiting for your answer,
    Bert Kraan

  2. AromAHHtherapy says

    Essential oils are used in a couple different ways.

    You an use them as an aromatherapy by dabbing them on a lightbulb, adding them to some water in spray bottle and spraying the room, or dropping into a bowl of water to smell. You can also use a couple drops in a footbath or full body bath.

    The oils are also used directly on the skin. They can be rubbed onto an effected area…like when there is inflammation…and some report them giving almost immediate relief. Just one or two drops is all you need to lightly cover an area.

  3. Anonymous says

    A theraputic grade Helichrysum is on the pricey side but since you only use a drop or two it goes a long way. I love the essential oils from Young Living. The standards of the company are extremely high. They use no chemicals in extracting them so their oils can even be injested. Helichrysum is also excellent for stopping bleeding. I had cut my thumb almost down to the bone on a piece of broken glass. My husband wanted me to go to the emergency room for stitches but I just put a few drops of Helichrysum on it and within a minute or two the bleeding stopped. I continued to put a drop on once or twice a day and at the end of a week you could barely see any evidence of the cut. It totally healed without any scaring. Love the stuff!

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