Comfrey Leaf

$1.70

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An adaptogen native to Eurasia and used in Traditional Chinese Medicine thousands of years, the Comfrey leaf contains allantoin which is thought to repair damaged cellular structures in the body, and is used to treat various conditions, including bronchial problems, sprains, arthritis, burns, and skin conditions.

It has a taste slightly reminiscent of a cucumber or similar vegetable, and can accommodate other herbs in an infusion. Among its many wonderful properties, Comfrey leaf is high in Vitamins A, C and B12, potassium, protein, calcium, phosphorus, as well as chlorophyll and nitrogen.

Certain laboratory tests have indicated that related species of Comfrey have high amounts of pyrrolizidine alkaloids (while other Comfrey species have low amounts), and caution against extremely large doses of Comfrey tea, or use over long periods of time.

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An adaptogen native to Eurasia and used in Traditional Chinese Medicine thousands of years, the Comfrey leaf contains allantoin which is thought to repair damaged cellular structures in the body, and is used to treat various conditions, including bronchial problems, sprains, arthritis, burns, and skin conditions.

It has a taste slightly reminiscent of a cucumber or similar vegetable, and can accommodate other herbs in an infusion. Among its many wonderful properties, Comfrey leaf is high in Vitamins A, C and B12, potassium, protein, calcium, phosphorus, as well as chlorophyll and nitrogen.

Certain laboratory tests have indicated that related species of Comfrey have high amounts of pyrrolizidine alkaloids (while other Comfrey species have low amounts), and caution against extremely large doses of Comfrey tea, or use over long periods of time.

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