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Comfrey Leaves, cut, dried

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Aromatic culinery herb ideal for many uses including bath teas.

Symphytum officinale
Comfrey (also known as knitbone) is often referred to as a miracle herb because of the fact that it has healing properties and contains a host of vitamins and minerals. The nutritional value of this herb is almost comparable to many other green leafy vegetables, which we consume on a daily basis. It has been used for many years to heal sprains, bruises and dislocations.

Comfrey contains many vitamins and nutrients such as Vitamin B12, potassium, sulphur, calcium, iron, phosphorus, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B-complex, selenium, iron, germanium and mucilaginous fibre. It is also an excellent source of protein. It contains compounds called Mucilage and Allantoin, which are responsible for its anti-inflammatory properties.

Comfrey can be used both internally and externally. It acts as an astringent (constricts blood vessels), an expectorant (helps to expel mucous) and an emollient (helps to soften body tissues, including the skin). It also acts as a mild sedative and is also haemostatic (assists with blood clotting). It is also able to help increase cell growth and heal injuries.

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Extended Information Symphytum officinale
Comfrey (also known as knitbone) is often referred to as a miracle herb because of the fact that it has healing properties and contains a host of vitamins and minerals. The nutritional value of this herb is almost comparable to many other green leafy vegetables, which we consume on a daily basis. It has been used for many years to heal sprains, bruises and dislocations.

Comfrey contains many vitamins and nutrients such as Vitamin B12, potassium, sulphur, calcium, iron, phosphorus, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B-complex, selenium, iron, germanium and mucilaginous fibre. It is also an excellent source of protein. It contains compounds called Mucilage and Allantoin, which are responsible for its anti-inflammatory properties.

Comfrey can be used both internally and externally. It acts as an astringent (constricts blood vessels), an expectorant (helps to expel mucous) and an emollient (helps to soften body tissues, including the skin). It also acts as a mild sedative and is also haemostatic (assists with blood clotting). It is also able to help increase cell growth and heal injuries.

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06-May-2016 Product:

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