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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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All comfrey is good for the soil in that, being deep rooted, it brings up minerals and trace elements from deep in the soil.
It would be a good idea to grow a comfrey plant (sold as shoots or roots), and learn about its uses.
In a double-blind study, when researchers compared comfrey ointment with other anti-inflammatory creams for back pain, it out-performed all other products.
According to the report, FDA has warned about at least eight of these 12 ingredients, some as long ago as 1993; those eight supplements were chaparral, colloidal silver, comfrey, country mallow, germanium, kava, lobelia and yohimbe.
Efficacy and safety of a comfrey root extract ointment in the treatment of acute upper or low back pain: results of a double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled, multi-centre trial.
Comfrey and gotu kola help visibly reduce the appearance of wrinkles and other signs of skin decline.
This well produced and thorough guide profiles 1200 plants and mushrooms, including poisons and drugs such as deadly nightshade, foxglove, poppies, and tobacco, as well as common plants as bamboo, honeysuckle, comfrey, and red peppers.
As the authors of one of the cited trials we feel that some details regarding the studies on the application of topical comfrey preparations warrant a comment.
But when company men kill his friend Ben Comfrey over owed wages of seventy-four dollars and fifty cents, Ryan must flew the camp in fear for his own life.
Tints of Nature features a naturally derived color base that uses organic comfrey extract, organic Roman chamomile extract and organic aloe vera, maintaining healthy hair and scalp while providing natural-looking color.
Living mulch plants such as chamomile, valerian, comfrey, lemon balm, and mustards prefer shady niches under most trees.