Photo: Google Imphepho is the Zulu name for the Helichrysum species – going by many common names including Everlasting, Sewejaartjies, Kooigoed, African Sage and Licorice Plant. It’s worth pointing out here that the local name ‘imphepho’ refers broadly to the Helichrysum species.
Let's talk about imphepho and its healing use, benefits and healing properties. Impepho:Is (a plant of the everlasting family (Helichrysum)an indigenous plant popularly known to be used to invoke the ancestral spirits. To open up communication to ones ancestors. From the plant we used the leaves, stems, dried flowers and roots. Benefits and healing properties: 1. It works as an antiseptic 2. It works as an insecticide by burning it/fumigation for insects 3. It's also used to induce sleeping, calmly and fast
Impepho, also known as Helichrysum petiolare, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to South Africa. From the Helichrysum family we find around 250 species. Traditional use of specific species of Impepho is dependent on availability in that district. Some boil it with tea and drink it for various ailments such as colds, flu, headaches, menstrual pain, insomnia, hypertension, allergies, diabetes, fever. There are some who use impepho as a wound dressing as it is believed to be a pain
Having skin problems such as mature skin may that may have large pores, hyper pigmentation and wrinkles can be so hard to find the best product for your skin, but there are herbs that can help you treat your skin effectively at home. Green tea. Has been proved to help repair skin damaged by age and environmental factors due to its high anti - oxidants. Just drink a tea or use water infusion as a toner, lotions or creams. Helichrysum. It has natural anti - inflammatory properties that can help reduce redness,