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Comfrey (Symphytum officinale)

Definition: Any condition that involve excess mucus can respond to the action of comfrey which promotes mucus discharge and tissue regeneration.

Applications: Anemia, asthma, blood cleanser, coughs, lung mucus, ulcers, tuberculosis, burns, emphysema, fractures, sores and swelling and pain.

Scientific Updates: It is the allantoin content of comfrey which gives it the ability to stimulate new cell growth and proliferation making it ideal for any type of healing, especially bone fractures. Comfrey is also recommended for any type of wound healing and can contribute to restoring normal and healthy lung function.

Complementary Agents: Fenugreek, garlic, capsicum, mullein, horehound, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C, bioflavonoids, grape seed or pine bark extract and slippery elm.

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