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Comfrey Salve

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11,80 €

COMFREY (Symphytum Radix)

Other names: black root, blackwort, boneset, bruisewort, horse tail, consolida majoris, consormol, consound, creeping comfrey, great comfrey, gum plant, knitback, knitbone, salsify, slippery root, wallwort, white comfrey, ox's tongue. 

CONSTITUENTS: a small concentration contains poisonous alkaloid symphytocynoglossine and glycoalkaloid consolidine, a lot of mucilage, some gum and resin, tannins (up to 5%), essential oil, up to 35 asparagines, sugar, allantoin (purine derivative), hormon auxine that promotes tissue formation, and choline. 

ACTIONS AND INDICATIONS: 

100% natural salve for: 

joints – rheumatism, back pain, bunions, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, lichen planus, acne, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, bursitis and tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, pollen allergy rash, wrinkles, skin tightening, decubitus, skin tags, muscle strains, insect stings, burns, cracked heels, wounds, cuts, abrasions, ulcers, purulent inflammations, contusions, bruises, swellings.

It heals wounds of all types, such as purulent wounds, decubitus wounds etc. Comfrey penetrates deep into the tissue thus speeding up the healing process. It has antibacterial properties and helps relieve joint pain (gout), bone, ligament and tendon pain. Due to its active agents comfrey is a great remedy for bone healing and regenearation, even the difficult ones like hip fracture. It is used for all injuries, from traffic related injuries to sports injuries. It is also good for tendon and ligament injuries, sprains and dislocations. It assists with healing time of bruises and hematomas. 

The name „knitbone“ is a reminder of comfrey's traditional use in healing bone fractures. It has been proved that comfrey knits broken bones back together and doubles the rate of bone cell growth, rapidly speeding up healing rates of injured tissue. This beneficial effect is due to the presence of allantoin, a substance that helps new skin cells grow and promotes granulation of the wound so it would heal faster. 

It is excellent when it is used against damage of the periosteum, purulent ulcers and wounds that heal slowly, and against ulcer of the lower leg. 

It is used externally for the treatment of gout and bone pain. There is no better remedy than Comfrey Salve for relieving joint pain through massage – you apply this salve in a thin layer on any painful areas. It soothes neuralgic pains, especially intolerable facial pain.

Comfrey Salve is to be rubbed in gently because in a severe case of gout deep massage and strong pressure should be avoided. The same applies to inflammation and damage of the periosteum. 

Pain arises mostly from degenerative changes in joints, whose movement causes a cracking sound. The salve has proved to be very effective for the treatment of nerve inflammation; painful places on the body are sensitive to pressure, which affects peripheral nerves, and Comfrey Salve is a simple, natural and appropriate medicine that rejuvenates the skin: aged skin, with wrinkles, especially those around the eyes, caused as a result of the incorrect use of cosmetic products. Regular use of Comfrey Salve will regenerate your skin. In combination with St. John's wort oil or tincture (even better) the tincture has proved effective against the inflammation of the veins. 

Comfrey doesn't clog the pores and is easily rinsed away. 

Application: apply a thin layer to the skin multiple times a day. 

Side effects: none – so far unknown. 

  • Comfrey root, olive oil, beeswax
Comfrey Salve <p>COMFREY (Symphytum Radix)</p> <p>Other names: black root, blackwort, boneset, bruisewort, horse tail, consolida majoris, consormol, consound, creeping comfrey, great comfrey, gum plant, knitback, knitbone, salsify, slippery root, wallwort, white comfrey, ox's tongue.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>CONSTITUENTS: a small concentration contains poisonous alkaloid symphytocynoglossine and glycoalkaloid consolidine, a lot of mucilage, some gum and resin, tannins (up to 5%), essential oil, up to 35 asparagines, sugar, allantoin (purine derivative), hormon auxine that promotes tissue formation, and choline.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>ACTIONS AND INDICATIONS:<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>100% natural salve for:<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>joints – rheumatism, back pain, bunions, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, lichen planus, acne, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, bursitis and tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, pollen allergy rash, wrinkles, skin tightening, decubitus, skin tags, muscle strains, insect stings, burns, cracked heels, wounds, cuts, abrasions, ulcers, purulent inflammations, contusions, bruises, swellings.</p> <p>It heals wounds of all types, such as purulent wounds, decubitus wounds etc. Comfrey penetrates deep into the tissue thus speeding up the healing process. It has antibacterial properties and helps relieve joint pain (gout), bone, ligament and tendon pain. Due to its active agents comfrey is a great remedy for bone healing and regenearation, even the difficult ones like hip fracture. It is used for all injuries, from traffic related injuries to sports injuries. It is also good for tendon and ligament injuries, sprains and dislocations. It assists with healing time of bruises and hematomas.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>The name „knitbone“ is a reminder of comfrey's traditional use in healing bone fractures. It has been proved that comfrey knits broken bones back together and doubles the rate of bone cell growth, rapidly speeding up healing rates of injured tissue. This beneficial effect is due to the presence of allantoin, a substance that helps new skin cells grow and promotes granulation of the wound so it would heal faster.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>It is excellent when it is used against damage of the periosteum, purulent ulcers and wounds that heal slowly, and against ulcer of the lower leg.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>It is used externally for the treatment of gout and bone pain. There is no better remedy than Comfrey Salve for relieving joint pain through massage – you apply this salve in a thin layer on any painful areas. It soothes neuralgic pains, especially intolerable facial pain.</p> <p>Comfrey Salve is to be rubbed in gently because in a severe case of gout deep massage and strong pressure should be avoided. The same applies to inflammation and damage of the periosteum.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>Pain arises mostly from degenerative changes in joints, whose movement causes a cracking sound. The salve has proved to be very effective for the treatment of nerve inflammation; painful places on the body are sensitive to pressure, which affects peripheral nerves, and Comfrey Salve is a simple, natural and appropriate medicine that rejuvenates the skin: aged skin, with wrinkles, especially those around the eyes, caused as a result of the incorrect use of cosmetic products. Regular use of Comfrey Salve will regenerate your skin. In combination with St. John's wort oil or tincture (even better) the tincture has proved effective against the inflammation of the veins.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>Comfrey doesn't clog the pores and is easily rinsed away.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Application</span>: apply a thin layer to the skin multiple times a day.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>Side effects: none – so far unknown. </p>
11,80 €

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