This scruffy root, black on the outside, and whitish or yellowish on the inside, helps with almost everything!
It helps with fractures, even festered bones, growths of nails, hands and legs, varicose veins, open veins, pain in the neck, amputated legs, aching limbs after a fracture, and removing the plaster, pain in the lower spine, pain in the shoulders, elbows and knees, problems with osteoporosis, various growths, hemorrhoids, rheumatic thickening of the muscles, gout, and impaired circulation.
All types of injuries, bites, bruises, wounds, blood clotting – are healed by the tincture made from the Comfrey root.
Comfrey is irreplaceable with the inflammatory tissue, inflamed joints, arthritis, disorders, contusions, hematoma, thrombophlebitis and so on.
Comfrey contains a special substance called allantoin, which is a cell proliferative. In other words, it makes cells grow faster. This is one of the reasons why comfrey-treated bones knit so fast, wounds mend so quickly and burns heal with such little scarring. Comfrey is often called knitbone or healing herb.
This same substance, allantoin, is found in the placenta of a pregnant mother which helps the baby grow rapidly. After the baby is born, allantoin is also found in the mother’s milk — abundantly at first and less so as the child grows.
Comfrey’s tincture occupies a place of honor in cosmetics for the face and hands. The feature of this tincture is to renovate and regenerate wrinkled skin, especially wrinkles around the eyes.
After a long use of a tincture, the face and hands are completely regenerated.
For external use against gout, there is no better medicine than Comfrey tincture, which in severe gout case, easily enters the skin.
Comfrey tincture showed greatly at treating inflamed nerves. The parts of the body which are sick are sensitive to touch, and that copies to the peripheral nerves.
“Comfrey’s tincture contains great power. The sick who unsuccessfully treated joints and Rheum for years by all possible means will quickly be helped by Comfrey’s tincture! “- Mary Demand argues in the book of God’s Herbs pharmacy.
Recipe for Comfrey’s tincture:
Put 100 g Comfrey’s root in a plastic bottle of 700 ml strong liquor, and put it horizontally, to stay in a flat place for 14 days.
Shake the bottle every third day.
After 14 days, strain and store in a dark glass bottle in a cool place.
This tincture is spread on a painful area three times daily.
Homeopaths claim that there is no person to whom this tincture has not helped.