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COMFREY OIL, Herbal Oil, Sprains, Broken Bones, Arthritis, Muscle Pain

COMFREY OIL, Herbal Oil, Sprains, Broken Bones, Arthritis, Muscle Pain

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Comfrey Oil, Herbal Oil, Sprains, Broken Bones, Arthritis, Muscle Pain


Medicinal Compounds In Comfrey

It is a compound called allantoin, found in the roots and leaves of comfrey, that makes this herb so beneficial. Research suggests that allantoin helps the body grow new skin cells and also has the ability to help in regeneration of connective tissues. `

Comfrey also possesses high amounts of tannins and rosmarinic acid and tannins that help in skin cell growth. Other helpful compounds include mucopolysaccharides, vitamin B12, antioxidants, and proteins.

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1. Moisturization

Poultices and ointments made from comfrey leaf oil help nourish and moisturize your skin leaving it soft and supple. Being herbal in nature, this is perfect for those whose skin is sensitive to chemicals.

2. Skin Toning

Comfrey herbs have astringent properties, which helps draw the cells together so that your skin appears tight and toned.


3. May Help With Removal Of Blemishes

The allantoin contained in comfrey herb helps fight unwanted dark spots and blemishes on your skin. The moisturizing properties of this plant will also help smooth out rough and damaged skin and remove dead skin cells. Applying comfrey oil or ointments regularly will leave you with flawless, blemish-free skin.

4. Has Been Shown to Lesson Symptoms of Skin Diseases And Conditions

The allantoin content in comfrey leaves and roots with their ability to repair damaged cells and produce new ones may help speed the healing of skin burns, insect bites and rashes, skin ulcers, and bed sores. It can cure various skin conditions like psoriasis, a condition where the skin becomes itchy and red and has scaly patches, and eczema, where patches of skin become rough and inflamed, causing painful blisters. You can either choose to directly apply comfrey ointment or a poultice made from the crushed leaves of the herb or by drinking comfrey tea made from comfrey root powder extract.



5. Control Hair Loss

Comfrey herbs contain plant proteins and are packed with essential minerals, antioxidants, and vitamin A. Applying comfrey oil directly into your scalp or drinking comfrey root tea can help reverse hair loss.

6. Conditions Hair

Store-bought shampoos and conditioners contain unhealthy sulfur compounds that strip your hair of all its essential oils. Comfrey, on the other hand, is a natural conditioner that can help solve dry scalp problems such as dandruff, and also conditions and nourishes the hair to make it look lustrous and shiny.


7. Detangles Hair

Mucilage, a plant protein, contained in comfrey helps relax your hair and easily detangles knots so you don’t have to go through hours of frustration after you step out of the shower.


8. May Help With Open Wounds And Diabetic Sores

Comfrey leaves can be crushed, juiced, and applied as a wet paste directly on open wounds and diabetic sores. This can help stop germ build-up that may be responsible for causing infections.

9. May Help With Healing Bruises And Bleeding

Comfrey leaves and roots are rich in tannins, a kind of compound that has an astringent effect on blood vessels. It is the tannin that is solely responsible for making comfrey herb so effective in controlling bleeding. Therefore, applying an OIL, poultice made of comfrey root powder and leaf juice, or drinking tea made of comfrey root powder can greatly help in curing nosebleeds, bleeding in skin wounds, and in reducing and speeding the healing of bruises.

10. Digestive Aid

Comfrey tea has long been used as an effective natural remedy for soothing the gastrointestinal tract to cure problems, such as indigestion, acid reflux, and heartburn.


11. May Help With Repairing Bone Fractures

Applying comfrey oil to torn ligaments, sprains or fractured bones when it’s not possible to place casts can help in promoting fast healing. The rosmarinic acid in comfrey aids in the regeneration of new cells and can even reconstruct torn and injured muscles.

12. May Help With Healing Dental Problems

Comfrey root powder is great for helping to treat cavities and regrowing teeth, because of the ability of this herb to accelerate teeth and tissue growth.

You can use either dried or fresh or dried comfrey root. If you’re using the dried root, rehydrate it first by lightly boiling it for ten minutes. Blend in about a square inch of the rehydrated root with two or three tablespoons of water to make a liquid and swirl this around in your mouth for about 20 minutes daily. Ensure to rinse your mouth with this liquid in such a way that it reaches your gums and your teeth properly. Once you’re finished, spit it out.


13. May Help With Relieving Pain And Inflammation

Ancient Greeks and Romans turned to the comfrey leaves to heal fractures. The anti-inflammatory properties of this herb make it very effective in healing pain quickly. Drinking comfrey tea or applying a poultice directly to aching joints can also help cure rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.

14. May Help With Diaper Rash In Babies

Ointments and mild poultices made using comfrey leaf extracts can help relieve babies from diaper rash. This potent, yet mild herbal potion works gently on your baby’s delicate skin. It is, however, best to first test this ointment to see how your baby’s skin reacts to it. Apply a little bit first to do a small patch test. If that part of your baby’s skin doesn’t show any signs of irritation, you can continue applying the ointment.

ORGANIC INGREDIENTS: Comfrey, Extra virgin Olive Oil, Vit E

SUGGESTED USES: Apply liberally to any infected areas with cotton Ball or Q-tip to bruises, Broken Bones, Sprains, Arthritic Bones, Mild Wounds, Insect Bites, Hair, Skin, Sore Muscles.

Product Size: 1 oz Bottle

Disclaimer: These Statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent and diseases.

 Seek the advisement of a qualified physician if you are concerned about any interactions with other medications or health issues with the use of this product. We are not responsible for individual use of this product.