Sandy everlasting is a component of the supplements Biofiton Healthy Liver , Liver Recovery.
Thanks to the unique cryogenic grinding technology (Cryo Grinding) up to 100% of the cells are opened, increasing the efficiency and power of herbs several times.

Sandy everlasting (Helichrysum arenarium, Fr. immortelle des sables, Ger. Sand-Strohblume, Gelbes Katzenpfotchen, it. Semprevivo, elicriso arenario) – a plant species belonging to the Asteraceae family. It grows wild in most European countries and in Siberia (areas: Altai, Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Omsk).

The decoction of the kittens has been successful in liver diseases, especially those caused by insufficient bile production, inflammation and contractile bile ducts. The kittens were also used in the inefficiency of gastric juice, and thus in digestive disorders. Helichrysin stimulates the appetite. It is also used for rheumatism, gout. They act choleretic, diuretic, laxative and stimulant for bile operations.

Inflorescence of the sandy grass moth contains glucosides, carotenoids, phytosterols, organic acids, tannins and essential oil.

Plant growing up to 10-30 centimeters, not so much green as gray ash, woolly-clay plant – the whole plant is covered with silvery hairs. Underground part – rhizome.
Branched, up to 30 cm tall, leafy.
Collected in spherical, orange-yellow-golden, less often pale yellow or purple baskets, these in turn create a canopy top. The covering of the baskets is dry-shelled. The marginal flowers are female flowers, internal tubular flowers growing in one row are bisexual.
5-chisel acorn with a length of 1 mm with a cup-down.

Sandy everlasting is found mainly in areas with a warm climate, mainly in southern Africa and Australia, in the Mediterranean, in western and central Asia and in New Zealand.

Sandy everlasting is a Perennial. Blooms from July to October, pollinated by insects. Habitat: it is common on sandy and dry soils, on fallow land, wastelands, dunes, forest edges, slopes, roadsides. In the classification of plant communities, the species characteristic of Cl. Koelerio-Corynephoretea. The number of chromosomes 2n = 28.
It is the host plant of the butterflyfish larvae.