Common Shrubby Everlasting, Eternal Flower, Gnaphale des Sables, Goldilocks, Helichrysum arenarium, Herbe à Curry, Immortelle des Dunes, Immortelle des Sables, Perlière des Sables, Pluma de Príncipe, Siempreviva del Monte, Yellow Chaste Weed.
People take immortelle for liver and gallbladder disorders, including gallstones with accompanying cramps. It is also used to treat upset stomach (dyspepsia), loss of appetite, and fluid retention; to stimulate bile flow; and to fight germs.
Be careful not to confuse immortelle with sandy everlasting (Helichrysum angustifolium) or with immortal (Asclepias asperula).
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