Comfrey Root, with the Latin name of Symphytum officinale, is a perennial herb that features a long deep root, large rough leaves and bell-shaped flowers that range in color from cream to pink. The leaves of Symphytum officinale are similar in appearance to those found on the garden plant known as foxglove.
Uses and Preparations:
Dried leaf as a salve.
Dried leaf and root infused in carrier oil for topical use
Warning: For external use only. Not to be used during pregnancy. Not to be used while nursing. Do not apply to broken or abraded skin.
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Latin Name: Symphytum officinale
Common Names: Slippery root, knitbone, blackwort, bruisewort, healing herb
Form: Cut & Sifted
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