Comfrey Oil from WiseWays Herbals.
4 ounce bottle. Organic. Total $2.50 shipping no matter how many bottles
Comfrey Oil from WiseWays Herbals 4 ounces + Frontier
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Skin Care, Sprains, Bruises, Swellings
Oil for Healing|
comfrey oil is extracted from the whole plant. All natural, organic. Preserved
in olive oil. 4 ounce bottle.
All natural skin care for people and pets. Use for sprains, bruises, swellings,
sunburn and skin inflammation. External use only.
Wikipedia: "One of the most common modern-day uses of Comfrey extract is as a skin treatment. The plant contains the small organic molecule allantoin, which is thought to stimulate cell growth and repair while simultaneously depressing inflammation."
was started in 1988 by Mariam Massaro in western Massachusetts. She has
been studying herbology, women's health, and organic gardening for over
Wikipedia.com: "One of the country names for comfrey was knitbone, a reminder
of its traditional use in healing bone fractures. Modern science confirms
that comfrey can influence the course of some types of muscle and joint
"The allantoin contained in the plant is thought to help replace and
thus repair cells in the body through its proliferant properties. Some scientists and physicians agree that the use of Comfrey should be restricted to topical (external) use."
Medicinally for Hundreds of Years|
News: "Every year comfrey leaves are a main ingredient in a healing salve
we use for wounds, scratches, sunburn and a variety of other skin irritations
experienced in a typically busy summer."
WebMD.com: "Comfrey is applied to the skin for ulcers, wounds, joint inflammation,
bruises, rheumatoid arthritis, swollen veins (phlebitis), gout, and fractures."
/ Ethnobotanical Uses|
"Comfrey has been cultivated as a green vegetable and has been used as an
herbal medicine for more than 2,000 years. Comfrey's original name, knitbone,
derives from the external use of poultices of its leaves and roots to heal
burns, sprains, swelling, and bruises. And as a mouthwash and gargle for gum disease and sore throats."
"In Western Europe, comfrey has been used topically (on skin) for treating
inflammatory disorders such as arthritis, gout, and thrombophlebitis (swelling of a vein caused by a blood clot)."
Olive Oil with the Healing Power of Comfrey
Try it and
see how Comfrey Oil can help you.
In all cases contact your medical provider to see how you should be using
it. Each person is different. Do not use this oil internally. Use on your skin only.
"My 11 year old had knee surgery this past winter after
an injury. She developed complications and we thought she would have to
have another surgery. A friend of mind is a naturopath and had us use comfrey
with some other anti-inflammatory treatments. She was better in a matter
of days! The knee gets swollen with increased activity but now that we know
how to use comfrey, we can get it under control. I was so glad to find your
site and so pleased that you have comfrey oil for use in the wintertime."
-Laura, Grafton, Wisconsin