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Comfrey Liquid Herb Extract 1:2 External Use Only

Comfrey liquid extract

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Comfrey liquid extract may be useful in healing wounds and broken bones. It is high in Calcium and Vitamin C and stimulates healing activity. Symphytum.
Many of the organic compounds found in comfrey are able to transfer their benefits via topical application in various salves and lotions. Some of the more unusual chemicals found in it include allantoin, inulin, tannins, saponins, and beneficial proteins. When you apply comfrey to your skin, it can have some serious benefits on rashes and irritations. The high content of antioxidant components, as well as vitamin C, makes comfrey pastes and salves the ideal solution for speeding up the healing of wounds. Antioxidants also help to eliminate foreign substances in the body and preventing cell death, while vitamin C’s importance in producing collagen means that it is necessary to produce new skin cells for healing. If you’re suffering from any sort of chronic pain in your body or if you’re recovering from an injury or surgery, applying comfrey salves and lotions to those areas can quickly soothe that main. Analgesic qualities in herbs are particularly valuable, and the organic compounds and antioxidants found in comfrey serve that purpose quite nicely for aches and pains. One of this herbal remedy’s nickname is “knitbone” because it can help speed up the healing process for broken bones, as well as other injuries. It is also rich in calcium, which is a key ingredient in bone growth. The unique combination of organic compounds found in comfrey can stimulate the regrowth of bone minerals, by facilitating more efficient uptake and use of these minerals within the body.

$18.00$228.00 excl. GST

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Comfrey liquid extract may be useful in healing wounds and broken bones. It is high in Calcium and Vitamin C and stimulates healing activity. Symphytum.
Many of the organic compounds found in comfrey are able to transfer their benefits via topical application in various salves and lotions. Some of the more unusual chemicals found in it include allantoin, inulin, tannins, saponins, and beneficial proteins. When you apply comfrey to your skin, it can have some serious benefits on rashes and irritations. The high content of antioxidant components, as well as vitamin C, makes comfrey pastes and salves the ideal solution for speeding up the healing of wounds. Antioxidants also help to eliminate foreign substances in the body and preventing cell death, while vitamin C’s importance in producing collagen means that it is necessary to produce new skin cells for healing. If you’re suffering from any sort of chronic pain in your body or if you’re recovering from an injury or surgery, applying comfrey salves and lotions to those areas can quickly soothe that main. Analgesic qualities in herbs are particularly valuable, and the organic compounds and antioxidants found in comfrey serve that purpose quite nicely for aches and pains. One of this herbal remedy’s nickname is “knitbone” because it can help speed up the healing process for broken bones, as well as other injuries. It is also rich in calcium, which is a key ingredient in bone growth. The unique combination of organic compounds found in comfrey can stimulate the regrowth of bone minerals, by facilitating more efficient uptake and use of these minerals within the body.

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