Feel the heal with our meticulously curated Comfrey , sourced directly from our herb farm in Sussex County.
This single-origin comfrey herb is harvested at the peak of its readiness to treat your maladies and wounds. Make your own salves as traditionally, it accelerates the healing of wounds, broken bones, rashes, sprains, strains, and insect bites.
Infuse Oil or use as a poultice.
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) is a flowering shrub that is notorious for its poisonous nature due to pyrrolizidine alkaloids. Despite its toxic profile, its leaves and rhizomes are used for medicinal purposes due to their remarkable pharmacological actions.
Comfrey is a well-known anti-inflammatory agent that helps with sprains, back pains, osteoarthritis, gout, and wound healing.
Comfrey Dried -Symphytum officinale Frequently Asked Questions
What is Comfrey?
Comfrey is a blend of aerial parts of the Symphytum officinale plants that can be used to make salves and poultices. It is perfect for speeding up the healing of wounds, broken bones, rashes, sprains, strains, and insect bites.
Is Comfrey safe for children?
Comfrey usage is discouraged in children due to its liver impairing properties.
Is Comfrey good for heavy menstrual bleeding?
Comfrey is good for relieving menstrual cramps and reducing heavy blood flow. It constricts the excessively dilated blood vessels to control heavy bleeding.
Is Comfrey good for rheumatoid arthritis?
Comfrey leaves contain a good amount of allantoin that comes in hand for reducing inflammation and pain in joints and muscles.
Is Comfrey safe to use during pregnancy?
Comfrey is contraindicated during pregnancy as it contains high quantities of pyrrolizidine alkaloids which can be harmful to both mother and fetus.
Should I take Comfrey daily?
Comfrey shouldn’t be taken daily as it contains high quantities of pyrrolizidine alkaloids which can cause liver toxicity.