This baby right here is not only a highly priced herb (as organic) for the beauty industry. It is used in creams to sooth the skin, clear acne, relief itch of insect bites for babies and much more…
With the price hike in fertilizers, Comfrey saves the day. Add comfrey leaves to warm water, steep, and water plants with a nutritious organic fertilizer containing all the minerals fruiting trees and vegetables need.
Comfrey has been cultivated as a green vegetable and has been used as an herbal medicine for more than 2,000 years.
Comfrey’s original name, knitbone, derives from the external use of poultices of its leaves and roots to heal burns, sprains, swelling, and bruises. In Western Europe, comfrey has been used topically for treating inflammatory disorders such as arthritis, gout, and thrombophlebitis, and internally for treating diarrhea.