Use For: Bone degeneration and breaks, bruising, fractures, fibrous tissue, joint pain, musculoskeletal disorders, muscle tears and strains, scar tissue and splints.
Actions: Antihaemorrhagic, antiinflammatory, Antirheumatic, Astringent, Bone Stimulant, Emollient and Vulnerary.
Comfrey aids the reunion of wounds and is good for just about any skin condition. Its allantoin content is well recognised in its efficacy in the cleaning up of suppurating wounds; it helps to arrest any bleeding; comfrey has the ability to encourage growth of healthy tissue and promotes keratin dispersal. This accelerates the production of replacement cells thereby minimising the possibility of scar tissue and proud flesh.
It can be used for: abscesses, boils, bridle sores, burns, corns, eczema, expediting hair re-growth, fungal infections, greasy heel, mud fever, psoriasis, parasitic infections, rain scald, rashes, saddle sores, scars, soft swellings, and ulcers.
Comfrey accelerates the normal healing process that minimises scarring, heals adhesions, for bone degenerations, spurs, nodules and calcifications. Its allantoin content stimulates the production of connective tissue needed for bone formation and the healing of all damaged tissues especially bones. This also stimulates the retarded development of all types and aids the knitting of fractured or broken bones. It is a valuable herb that encourages the natural healing processes and speeds up the formation of new bone cells. It has been found to break down red blood cells; this supports its use on bruises.
It can be used for: broken bones, bruises, bruised soles, cartilage and soft connective tissues damage, deformities, degenerative joint disease, dislocations, fractures, hard bony growths, joint pain, laminitis, to encourage ligaments to knit together, ligament damage, aching and tired muscles and muscle injuries, pulled muscles, muscle tension and wastage, musculoskeletal disorders, splints, tendon damage, and ulcerations and it may assist arthritic and rheumatic pain and inflammation.
Precaution: Do not use comfrey on deep or dirty wounds as the accelerated healing of the wound could trap foreign material at the wound site.
Ingredients: sweet almond oil, water, beeswax, Comfrey (Symphytum Officinale) tincture 1:5, amiox (extract of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)) natural antioxidant and preservative, and citricidal (Grapefruit seed extract) natural preservative.
Actions: antihaemorrhagic, anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic, astringent, bone stimulant, emollient, and vulnerary.
For best results apply gently into affected area 2 – 3 times daily. If symptoms persist please seek professional advice.
To maximize shelf life we recommend that you store it below 30ºC and out of direct sunlight
Jar Size 250g For External Use Only