CURRYBUSH Scientific Name:
Helichrysum italicumGet the latest pricelists here
- Evergreen perennial, branched woody stems up to 60cm.
- Aromatic, narrow silver-gray leaves.
- Clusters of small rich yellow button-like flowers.
- Frost hardy.
- Well-drained soil and full sun.
- Prune back in spring to within a few centimeters of the previous years growth.
- Does not like wet winters.
Medicinal Uses. It is said that:
- Curry taste and aroma
- Enhance taste of curries and stews
- Chopped leaves into mayonnaise, soups and salad
- Sprinkle over vegetable and egg dishes
- Anti-inflammatory, fungicidal, astringent.
- Prevent/relieve blood clotting (bruising)
- Stimulate tissue regeneration
- Powerful anti-oxidant.
- Reduce inflammation
- Help injuries: twists, sprains, bruises and tendonitis.
- Soothes burns and raw chapped skin.
- Treat respiratory problems
- Fixative in perfumes
- Hang flower buds upside down to dry – use in flower arrangements
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