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Posted on Feb 23, 2022
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made a comfrey tea from the leaves and mixed it with shea butter and extra virgin organic olive oil in the blender to make a salve for eczema. I also put some in a sprayer and made 'padsicles' for my upcoming birth and recovery, I have high hopes I will hesl extra fast!!!!!💗

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made a comfrey tea from the leaves and mixed it with shea butter and extra virgin organic olive oil in the blender to make a salve for eczema. I also put some in a sprayer and made 'padsicles' for my upcoming birth and recovery, I have high hopes I will hesl extra fast!!!!!💗

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Aug 31, 2021
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I love that I could buy this in a small pkg and not have to get a big bulk bag. We were traveling and I ordered this for my husband's broken tooth. I boil the leaves and then separate it. My hubby gargles the tea on his teeth and then he packs the leaves around his broken tooth at night before bed. It really helps the pain. Comfrey use to be called knit bone because it is known to knit the bones back together. I also used for my child's chickenpox and mom's shingles. I would make compresses with the tea and it really relieves any of itchiness. Works great for any type of itchy skin conditions and broken bones or fractures.

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I love that I could buy this in a small pkg and not have to get a big bulk bag. We were traveling and I ordered this for my husband's broken tooth. I boil the leaves and then separate it. My hubby gargles the tea on his teeth and then he packs the leaves around his broken tooth at night before bed. It really helps the pain. Comfrey use to be called knit bone because it is known to knit the bones back together. I also used for my child's chickenpox and mom's shingles. I would make compresses with the tea and it really relieves any of itchiness. Works great for any type of itchy skin conditions and broken bones or fractures.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Mar 25, 2022
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Was advised to try it fur fluid in the knee. Made it into a compress & wore it wrapped around my knee with plastic wrap for a couple of hours each day. My knee looked much better after 3 days. Really worked.

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Was advised to try it fur fluid in the knee. Made it into a compress & wore it wrapped around my knee with plastic wrap for a couple of hours each day. My knee looked much better after 3 days. Really worked.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Oct 31, 2021
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Hard to look for comfrey leave/root product in iHerb and for my country. I am glad I found this. I make tea of the leaves and swirl in my mouth to strengthen my teeth.

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Hard to look for comfrey leave/root product in iHerb and for my country. I am glad I found this. I make tea of the leaves and swirl in my mouth to strengthen my teeth.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Oct 2, 2021
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Comfrey is in the top 4 of my favorite herbs. I have previously used it to heal my gums. This will be easier, cheaper, making a tea to use as rinse.. It's strange that there's quite a bit of twigs and it's not a clean herb (you see a lot of "debris" and not just green comfrey leaves) but I also love this on my face. Just make a tea and put a drop on the back of your hand, you will feel how smooth it leaves your skin. It's near impossible to find comfrey lip balm, and the rare time I do, it has stuff that I'm allergic to. So I will make my own. Just melt some beeswax and I can go heavy on the comfrey this way! Comfrey-Rose anyone? I think I shall try that. I got iHerb's not-so-little metal strainer and look forward to making my own apothecary of topical ointments and sprays. Only wish it were 100% green leaf and no twigs but this will do until I can grow my own comfrey garden. I love to "borrow" more masculine scents, and I shall also try a comfrey copaiba blend of something or another. (That mght make a fun after shave for men with just comfrey tea and a drop of copaiba EO!) I hope this will help you decide if you want to try it too.

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Comfrey is in the top 4 of my favorite herbs. I have previously used it to heal my gums. This will be easier, cheaper, making a tea to use as rinse.. It's strange that there's quite a bit of twigs and it's not a clean herb (you see a lot of "debris" and not just green comfrey leaves) but I also love this on my face. Just make a tea and put a drop on the back of your hand, you will feel how smooth it leaves your skin. It's near impossible to find comfrey lip balm, and the rare time I do, it has stuff that I'm allergic to. So I will make my own. Just melt some beeswax and I can go heavy on the comfrey this way! Comfrey-Rose anyone? I think I shall try that. I got iHerb's not-so-little metal strainer and look forward to making my own apothecary of topical ointments and sprays. Only wish it were 100% green leaf and no twigs but this will do until I can grow my own comfrey garden. I love to "borrow" more masculine scents, and I shall also try a comfrey copaiba blend of something or another. (That mght make a fun after shave for men with just comfrey tea and a drop of copaiba EO!) I hope this will help you decide if you want to try it too.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Jan 10, 2022
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We use Comfrey leaves for tea and also topically, as a poultice for sprains, breaks and injuries. They don't call it 'knit-bone' for nothing! Do your research and then add this to your home apothecary.

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We use Comfrey leaves for tea and also topically, as a poultice for sprains, breaks and injuries. They don't call it 'knit-bone' for nothing! Do your research and then add this to your home apothecary.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Jan 7, 2022
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Perfect for making teas and like the fact I can make it as light or as strong as I like without it being in a tea bag but loose instad

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Perfect for making teas and like the fact I can make it as light or as strong as I like without it being in a tea bag but loose instad

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Posted on Apr 25, 2022
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This one is only for topical and external uses. You can use it to heal muscle pains and others, but I would not brew it as tea.

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This one is only for topical and external uses. You can use it to heal muscle pains and others, but I would not brew it as tea.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Dec 22, 2021
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Great price, using it to swish around my mouth to help with tooth remineralisation.

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Great price, using it to swish around my mouth to help with tooth remineralisation.

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Posted on Sep 9, 2021
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I use it to improve my gums. I make a tea and use it as a mouthwash.

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I use it to improve my gums. I make a tea and use it as a mouthwash.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.