Common Comfrey Leaves | Symphytum officinal
Listing: 1 bunch of organically grown fresh comfrey leaves. (about 2 oz)
➸ Common Comfrey is also referred to as ‘Knitbone’. Traditionally this herb has been used to speed external healing of skin and bone. It has high concentrations of Allantoin that helps reduce inflammation of sprains and broken bones when mashed and heated into a poultice or applied as a salve,
➸ Comfrey can also make a wonderfully mild astringent. This can be great for ulcers and sores.
➸ The plant's natural Allantoin levels also make it a great herb for after sun care.
(Just steep fresh comfrey into a tea for external use, by straining the leaves and letting it cool. You can then soak the sunburned areas in the cooled tea to help reduce pain and discomfort, and promote healthy skin regeneration.)
Cautions: Not recommended for internal use. Please consult a physician for use of any herbs.