Why Comfrey is so amazing 


Helps to repair arthritis, muscle damage, bone fractures, joint damage, hernias, sprains, bulging disc, ligament damage and bruises.

Comfrey gets right down to the root of the problem. It does not seem to matter much which part of the body is broken, comfrey will help to heal it. It is a great cell proliferant, or new cell grower, it grows new flesh and bone alike, and is wonderful for inflamed tissues in a most remarkable manner. The damaged tissues are replaced with new growth and the pain and inflammation slowly subsides. Feel quick results for minor sprains and strains, while more severe injury and damage such as degenerative disc or bone damage takes more time. 

Comfrey root contains the active constituents called allantoin, rosmaric acid and mucilage, which provide the herb’s anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects. Rosmaric acid in particular may help to prevent pulmonary vascular injuries as well, says the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Unfortunately, comfrey root also contains large amounts of pyrrolizidine alkaloids, which are toxic and can cause liver damage if taken internally. This is why comfrey root powder isn’t recommended for internal remedies.

Comfrey poultice treats the following:

  • Arthritis
  • Sprains
  • Hernias
  • Bulging disc
  • Muscular sprains
  • Ligament damage
  • Bone Fractures
  • Joint Damage
  • Muscular pains
  • Minor Burns, Cuts and Bruises

Initially, the Comfrey poultice will begin to help remove wastes, dead cells and inflammation from the area being treated. Then the Comfrey poultice helps to regenerates the area it is applied.

People with damaged muscles, tissues, ligament, etc., can receive relief whenever there is a need. Naturally give the body what it needs and it will do the healing for you.

For external use only. Apply topically to help remove pain from damaged muscles, tissues, ligament, joints, and bones, etc. Wear for a minimum of 4 hours to rebuild damaged tissue.

Modern Uses Today:

You may use topical poultices containing comfrey root extract for many of the same traditional purposes. You might use topical comfrey root remedies to treat back pain, sprains and strains, bone fractures, bruises, varicose veins, conjunctivitis, skin ulcers and minor wounds.



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