Sometimes called Knitbone Comfrey Oil is an oil known for its healing properties since Roman times.Comfrey Infused Oil may be used to help to soothe bruising and repair damaged tissue. The oil may also be used to help reduce inflammation of the skin.
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Many of the beneficial properties of comfrey are attributed to its high content of allantoin, a substance that promotes new skin cell growth, along with other substances that reduce inflammation and maintain healthy skin.1 Comfrey ointments have been used to heal bruises and pulled muscles and ligaments.
Comfrey oil can help you naturally address skin issues such as scratches, rash (including diaper rash), bug bites (particularly spiders), and shallow wounds. It is also deemed helpful easing pain from arthritis, muscle aches, and soreness.
The comfrey plant contains substances thought to aid skin regrowth, primarily allantoin but also including rosmarinic acid and tannins.
The oil appears to work as an anti-inflammatory, an analgesic, and an aide in the healing of sprains and broken bones. It also demonstrates effectiveness in treating atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, and eczema.
ONLY FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Common uses:creams, lotions and for bruises and sprains
Extraction method: Comfrey infused oil obtained from infusing Comfrey Symphytum officinale, in sweet almond oil (Prunis dulcis).
Ingredients: Comfrey oil and Sweet Almond Oil
Shelf life: 2 years