Comfrey Carrier Oil
This tall herbaceous plant is macerated in a carrier oil to produce a useful healing agent that is protective and soothing.
Comfrey was once commonly called Knitbone because of its amazing ability to heal broken bones and “knit” them back together again. It is most useful after an operation or injury, or in the case of festering wounds, such as leg ulcers and bed sores.
Comfrey Oil is renowned for its healing, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic properties. It is highly effective in promoting the healing of superficial wounds and addressing irritated or infected skin conditions. Additionally, it is believed to offer benefits for bruises, aches, pains, sprains, strains, and even broken bones. Our Comfrey oil is created by infusing the leaves of the Comfrey plant in Sunflower Seed Oil. The resulting oil is rich in allantoin, a substance that stimulates the growth of new cells and aids in the regeneration of injured cells. This makes Comfrey particularly valuable for topical treatment of superficial wounds, scars, infections, and various skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, and even diaper rash.
Comfrey oil should only be used externally, as it contains pyrrolizidine alkaloids, which can potentially harm the liver when consumed in large quantities.
It is important to use comfrey oil only small amounts on unbroken skin. It should not be applied to deep or open wounds, as the oil may encourage the outer skin layer to heal at a faster rate than the underlying tissue, which can lead to the formation of abscesses or infections.Comfrey oil will keep for 2 years in a cool, dark place.
* Macerated oil
|How to Use
|Apply direct to affected areas of the skin or use 15 drops essential oils in 50ml for massage.
Store in a cool, dark place. Not animal tested.