Comfreys original name, ‘Knit bone’ comes from the external use of poultices of its leaves, to relieve muscular pain, swelling, sprains, bruising and speed up the healing time of broken bones, fractures, torn ligaments and muscle.
Rich concentrations of allantoin, a cell proliferant that stimulates the growth of connective tissue and cartilage.
Musculoskeletal and inflammatory disorders
Replicas cells 3 x more rapidly than normal healing
No scar tissue
Early arthritic patterns
Never use comfrey on an open wound, use antiseptic first otherwise infection will remain under tissue when healing.
Apply freely to the affected area immediately and cover with a bandage.
My best friend, just love it.
Thanxxxx a million Ash 🏽
This is a staple in my first aid kit! It has provided amazing relief to shoulder, neck and back pain.
Thanks belle, glad you love it !