Country of Origin: Bulgaria
Comfrey is used for treating rashes and irritations of the skin. The high concentration of antioxidants and vitamin C accelerate the wound healing process. Antioxidants also prevent the entry of pathogens, while vitamin C promotes collagen production and formation of new cells that contribute to healing.
Comfrey is used to relieve chronic pain from injuries or surgery. Its analgesic properties also protect against inflammation and pains of arthritis.
One of the properties of comfrey is to accelerate the healing process of broken bones. It is rich in calcium which is an essential ingredient for bone growth.
High concentration in antioxidants helps to neutralize the free radicals responsible for cellular destruction and premature aging. Comfrey neutralizes the dangerous by-products of cellular metabolism and prevents the mutation or death of other cells.
Comfrey can be applied directly on the skin to relieve various dermatoses such as psoriasis, acne, eczema and insect bites.
CAUTION! Comfrey should be avoided during pregnancy
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