Comfrey has been used as a healing herb since 400 BC. The words comfrey means grow together in Latin. Comfrey is also known as knitbone. Its a miracle herb. Traditionally comfrey was used as a poultice and as a food to encourage healing of broken bones and wounds. Comfrey can be placed over bruises and sprains to reduce bruising and swelling. It can also be placed onto scrapes and cuts as a pain reliever. When the leaves are eaten, they can help with internal bleeding, diarrhea, hemorrhoids and dysentery.
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