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Can helichrysum be beneficial to someone with connective tissue disorder?

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Yes, it can. Helichrysum has a high percentage of anti-inflammatory sesquiterpene hydrocarbons, which acts by dissipating free radicals. The other major component of the oil includes neryl acetate, a monoterpenoid ester with unique, relaxing effects that can lessen the stress of the tissues in the area of the injury.

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