Comfrey Root

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Comfrey roots and leaves contain a substance called allantoin, which along with other beneficial compounds in the plant, supports healthy cell growth and reduces inflammation. Comfrey has been used externally as a poultice or ointment to heal bruises, broken bones, closed wounds, pulled muscles and ligaments, fractures, as well as reducing inflammation from sprains and more.

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Comfrey Root

(Symphytum officinale)

Organically grown on our herb farm

🌿 Shade dried

Comfrey’s deep roots work to bring nutrients up from the subsoil. These nutrients are then made available in the abundant number of leaves it produces every year. Pure gold.

Comfrey roots and leaves contain a substance called allantoin, which along with other beneficial compounds in the plant, supports healthy cell growth and reduces inflammation. Comfrey has been used externally as a poultice or ointment to heal bruises, broken bones, closed wounds, pulled muscles and ligaments, fractures, as well as reducing inflammation from sprains and more.

Topical comfrey root is superior to diclofenac (NSAID) gel in the treatment of ankle injuries.[source]

💡If it is hard to understand how one simple, easy to grow and easy to apply plant can be so widely useful in healing, remember that penicillin’s supporters have made some pretty broad claims for the mold on oranges.

How to use Comfrey
https://farmhomestead.com/herbs/comfrey/

To differentiate it from other members of the genus Symphytum, this species is known as common comfrey or true comfrey. Other English names include blackwort, bruisewort, consormol, consound, knitbone, and slippery root. Note: this is NOT Russian comfrey (the ‘Bocking 14’ cultivar).

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Dimensions 9 × 6 × 2 in
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