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A Miracle of the Plant, there is Nothing that Does not Cure

Updated: Feb 14

  • Comfrey is a plant that has been known for a long time to help with various health problems, and it is the only natural remedy that helps with tingling and deformity of the thumb. It grows along streams on moist soil and on moist meadows of low forest area.

  • The medicinal plant comfrey can help with psoriasis, varicose veins, thumb deformities, sprains and sprains, rheumatism and arthritis, back pain, wounds, fractures and bleeding, swelling and scratches, dandruff, gout.

Comfrey tincture is also used to treat skin diseases and ailments, so it is effective in regenerating the skin epithelium in situations when you are struggling with old, wrinkled skin. Fresh leaves and flowers in the spring are recommended as a food to strengthen the whole organism and the immune system.

  • The root is harvested in spring or early autumn, cleaned and dried in the sun or in artificial heat. Leaves and flowers are harvested during flowering, from May to August, and the roots are collected in spring and late autumn. After it is dug up, it is washed and dried, cut into pieces and completely dried in a warm place.

How to use it for treatment?

Comfrey is used to make tea, compresses, baths, ointments, tinctures and herbal drops. Preparations of this plant must not be kept in metal containers.

Comfrey linings

Mix a few teaspoons of dried ground comfrey root with enough hot water to make a paste. Spread the paste on the cloth and lean on the wound. Renew the dressings every two to four hours.

Comfrey ointment

  • It helps both humans and animals. If you apply it immediately to a fresh wound, it prevents blood poisoning, and with it, the deepest wounds heal without scars. Finely chop four to six fresh, washed roots and briefly fry in about 250 g of ghee butter, leave to stand overnight. The next day, heat, strain through a cloth and squeeze. Immediately fill clean plastic containers and store in the refrigerator.

  • Pregnant women should not use comfrey.

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