Comfrey makes a mild tasting amber brew that is good for special occasions, like mending from broken bones, or severe colds and coughs.
Internal use has become controversial due to the high content of PAs, however the be herb has been used by both humans and animals safely for centuries. (use your own judgement and common sense). The dried leaves have a much lower PA content than the fresh leaves or the roots.|
|Additions: Honey, Lemon|
|Variations:Blends well with spices like cinnamon and ginger|
:For tea use 1 teaspoon of cut and dried leaves for each cup of hot water. Infuse in hot water until cool enough to drink, about 10 minutes. For bath blends fill a muslin bag with dried or fresh leaves and soak away. Comfrey is my number one favorite bath herb to use when my skin needs extra healing.
Tags and Uses for this Remedy
- Cough :Homemade cough syrups and herbal medicine teas make use of simple ingredients like honey and
infused with healing herbs.
- Cuts & Wounds : Knowing how to use simple home remedies for healing and disinfecting cuts and
scrapes an important part in taking care of your family and yourself.
- Eczema :Eczema, or dermatitis, is characterized by dry, hot, itchy skin that can become
raw and bleeding in severe cases
- Rashes :Poison ivy, allergic reactions,
flea and insect bites, diaper rash - these can all be treated at home using your own herbal remedies.
- Skin Care :Natural, organic skin care remedies do a better job of protecting and healing skin than store bought cosmetics.
- Sunburns :Herbal remedies like St. Johns wort and tamanu oil offer protection and healing in cases of sunburn.
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