Comfrey Infused Oil has astringent properties.
It can help to soothe bruises. Research indicates that comfrey contains allantoin, a cell proliferant that helps to repair damaged tissue. Rosmarinic acid and other phenolic acids are also found in comfrey - these help with inflammation. Particularly useful for teenage skin problems and for slow healing wounds.
The oil obtained by infusing the leaf of the comfrey - plant Symphytum
officinale, in sweet almond oil â€“ Prunus amygdalus in the ratio of herb:oil 1:10
Healing, anti-inflammatory, astringent and soothing.
Rosmarinic acid and other phenolic acids are also contained in comfrey - helps with inflammation.
Prunus amygdalus dulcis Oil, Symphytum officinale Leaf Extract
An indigenous European plant, Comfrey was known to the Greek physician Dioscorides in the first century A.D. who wrote about it in his Materia Medica.
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