Comfrey Mix Dry Herb Pack

Symphytum officinale

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Comfrey Leaf and Root are often used interchangeably although the root is considered to be stronger than the leaf. Comfrey Root is used in all formulas in this book. Personally, I love the leaf for use as a tea, or as a soak or poultice for injured body parts. Comfrey Leaf should be harvested before the plant flowers as, once a plant flowers, the predominant energy of the plant has moved into the flowering part. Leaves late in the fall also lack medicinal value because the strength of the plant has returned to the root. Both the root and leaves can be made into a poultice to heal even the most obstinate or ulcerous wounds and to treat even the most severe burns (this we know about personally). This marvelous herb also acts as a blood purifier.
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Comfrey Mix Dry Herb Pack

Latin name: Symphytum officinale
Includes: Comfrey Leaf and Comfrey Root
Ratio: 1:10
Available In: Dry Herb Pack Mix, Tincture MixTincture Leaf, Dry Herb Pack LeafTincture RootDry Herb Pack Root 
Links: How to Make Tinctures
How to Make Salves
How to Make Herbal Teas
How to Make Poultice - Compress
How to Make Liniments
Practical Uses
Videos: Alcohol Herbal Tincture
Glycerin Herbal Tinctures
Straining Herbal Tinctures
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