The little flowers of this wonderful plant can range in color from white to purple.
The leaf in particular is renowned for its healing properties; helping to calm sores and wounds and also fight infection.
Some of the more unusual chemicals found in comfrey include allantoin, inulin, tannins, saponins, and beneficial proteins.
It has been noted for cancer prevention as the antioxidants seeks out free radicals, the dangerous byproducts of cellular metabolism, and eliminate them from the system.
This prevents them from causing other cells to mutate or die – the research is still fledgling but early results are exciting!
The allatonin in the comfrey has soothing, firming and tightening properties
Provides moisturisation to the skin – helping to heal rough and damaged areas
Helps reduce pain of bruises and sprains
Anti-inflammatory properties – Romans and Greeks used comfrey leaves to heal fractures!
Nourishing Nail and Cuticle Oil