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comfrey

any hairy Eurasian boraginaceous plant of the genus Symphytum, having blue, purplish-pink, or white flowers
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I've raised young layers on some feed and plenty of comfrey and thick sour milk.
Shuhana Jalaldeen, who moved to Blakelaw from Sri Lanka in February and has been involved in the Comfrey Project since March, entered her lemon pickle.
What you get: Aromatic Foaming Bath; Honey and Orange Scrub; Jasmine Enriching Cream; Elderflower Hand Softener; Comfrey and Mallow Foot Balm.
John's Wort, lavender, witch hazel, calendula, echinacea, comfrey, plantain and myrrh essential oil.
Neal's Yard Comfrey and Mallow Foot Balm, pounds 5.
The council's Countryside Team has arranged a foraging expedition to track down comfrey, onion stinkers and pignut, which are just some of the edible food items growing wild in the area.
I planted about 20 hills of comfrey around the outside border of the chicken run.
He writes: I have heard that comfrey is good for relieving arthritis.
Gardeners Hand Cream is a non-perfumed barrier, containing beeswax, lanolin and comfrey, which protects and helps heal cracked hands.
It also contains fresh ginger and comfrey ( a member of the borage family ( which, like the nettles, grows at High House Farm.
John's Wort, woad, bay tree, catnip, parsley, weld, rosemary, madder, black-eyed Susan, rue, sage, betony, comfrey, feverfew, tansy, or hops.
95 This light lotion contains aloe vera, linden, comfrey, lemon, lavender and rosemary oil.