Perennial herb Symphytum officinale, in the family Boraginaceae, used topically for wound healing. It contains ALLANTOIN, carotene, essential oils (OILS, VOLATILE); GLYCOSIDES; mucilage, resin, SAPONINS; TANNINS; triterpenoids, VITAMIN B12, and ZINC. Comfrey also contains PYRROLIZIDINE ALKALOIDS and is hepatotoxic if ingested.
Semisolid preparations used topically for protective emollient effects or as a vehicle for local administration of medications. Ointment bases are various mixtures of fats, waxes, animal and plant oils and solid and liquid hydrocarbons.
A water-soluble medicinal preparation applied to the skin.
A plant genus of the family ASTERACEAE. The dried flower heads of Arnica montana are used externally as a counterirritant and tincture for sprains and bruises, either as crude extract or in homeopathic dilution (HOMEOPATHY). Arnica contains volatile oils (OILS, VOLATILE), arnicin, arnisterol, FLAVONOIDS; TANNINS; and resin. The common name of Wolf's Bane is similar to the common name for ACONITUM.
A group of ALKALOIDS, characterized by a nitrogen-containing necine, occurring mainly in plants of the BORAGINACEAE; COMPOSITAE; and LEGUMINOSAE plant families. They can be activated in the liver by hydrolysis of the ester and desaturation of the necine base to reactive electrophilic pyrrolic CYTOTOXINS.
Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)
Phenolic benzoic acid esters.
Cell surface proteins that bind PURINES with high affinity and trigger intracellular changes which influence the behavior of cells. The best characterized classes of purinergic receptors in mammals are the P1 receptors, which prefer ADENOSINE, and the P2 receptors, which prefer ATP or ADP.
The Borage plant family is in the class Magnoliopsida, subclass Asteridae, order Lamiales. It is characterized by hairy foliage, usually alternate and simple; flowers are funnel-shaped or tubular. Some of the species contain PYRROLIZIDINE ALKALOIDS.
Deciduous plant rich in volatile oil (OILS, VOLATILE). It is used as a flavoring agent and has many other uses both internally and topically.
A plant genus of the family ASTERACEAE. Members contain chicoric and chlorogenic acids and germacrane- and eudesmane-type SESQUITERPENES.
Substances intended to be applied to the human body for cleansing, beautifying, promoting attractiveness, or altering the appearance without affecting the body's structure or functions. Included in this definition are skin creams, lotions, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail polishes, eye and facial makeup preparations, permanent waves, hair colors, toothpastes, and deodorants, as well as any material intended for use as a component of a cosmetic product. (U.S. Food & Drug Administration Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition Office of Cosmetics Fact Sheet (web page) Feb 1995)
A plant genus of the family ORCHIDACEAE that contains dihydroayapin (COUMARINS) and phenanthraquinones.
The geographical designation for the countries of the MIDDLE EAST and the countries BANGLADESH; BHUTAN; INDIA; NEPAL; PAKISTAN; and SRI LANKA. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, 1993 & Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988)
A system of traditional medicine which is based on the beliefs and practices of the Chinese culture.
The unconsolidated mineral or organic matter on the surface of the earth that serves as a natural medium for the growth of land plants.
An imagined sequence of events or mental images, e.g., daydreams.
Liquids that are suitable for drinking. (From Merriam Webster Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed)
The active mental process of keeping out and ejecting, banishing from consciousness, ideas or impulses that are unacceptable to it.
Various mixtures of fats, waxes, animal and plant oils and solid and liquid hydrocarbons; vehicles for medicinal substances intended for external application; there are four classes: hydrocarbon base, absorption base, water-removable base and water-soluble base; several are also emollients.
Dietary practice of completely avoiding meat products in the DIET, consuming VEGETABLES, CEREALS, and NUTS. Some vegetarian diets called lacto-ovo also include milk and egg products.

DPPH radical scavengers from dried leaves of oregano (Origanum vulgare). (1/12)

1,1-Dipehnyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging activities were found in the extract of dried leaves of oregano (Origanum vulgare). The water-soluble active ingredients were isolated, and their structures were determined to be 4'-O-beta-D-glucopyranosyl-3',4'-dihydroxybenzyl protocatechuate and 4'-O-beta-D-glucopyranosyl-3',4'-dihydroxybenzyl 4-O-methylprotocatechuate by (1)H-, (13)C-NMR, DEPT, HMQC, and HMBC spectral analyses, and by NOE experiments. The DPPH radical scavenging activities of these compounds were compared with those of rutin, quercetin and rosmarinic acid at a concentration of 2 x 10(-5) M. The scavenging activity of 4'-O-beta-D-glucopyranosyl-3',4'-dihydroxybenzyl protocatechuate was almost the same as that of quercetin and rosmarinic acid, but that of 4'-O-beta-D-glucopyranosyl-3',4'-dihydroxybennzyl 4-O-methylprotocatechuate was less than that of quercetin, rosmarinic acid and 4'-O-beta-D-glucopyranosyl-3',4'-dihydroxybenzyl protocatechuate. The amount of 4'-O-beta-D-glucopyranosyl-3',4'-dihydroxybenzyl protocatechuate was estimated to be 3.8 mg/1 g of dried leaves by an HPLC analysis.  (+info)

Mutagenicity of comfrey (Symphytum Officinale) in rat liver. (2/12)

Comfrey is a rat liver toxin and carcinogen that has been used as a vegetable and herbal remedy by humans. In order to evaluate the mechanisms underlying its carcinogenicity, we examined the mutagenicity of comfrey in the transgenic Big Blue rat model. Our results indicate that comfrey is mutagenic in rat liver and the types of mutations induced by comfrey suggest that its tumorigenicity results from the genotoxicity of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in the plant.  (+info)

Analysis of gene expression changes in relation to toxicity and tumorigenesis in the livers of Big Blue transgenic rats fed comfrey (Symphytum officinale). (3/12)

BACKGROUND: Comfrey is consumed by humans as a vegetable and a tea, and has been used as an herbal medicine for more than 2000 years. Comfrey, however, is hepatotoxic in livestock and humans and carcinogenic in experimental animals. Our previous study suggested that comfrey induces liver tumors by a genotoxic mechanism and that the pyrrolizidine alkaloids in the plant are responsible for mutation induction and tumor initiation in rat liver. RESULTS: In this study, we identified comfrey-induced gene expression profile in the livers of rats. Groups of 6 male transgenic Big Blue rats were fed a basal diet and a diet containing 8% comfrey roots, a dose that resulted in liver tumors in a previous carcinogenicity bioassay. The animals were treated for 12 weeks and sacrificed one day after the final treatment. We used a rat microarray containing 26,857 genes to perform genome-wide gene expression studies. Dietary comfrey resulted in marked changes in liver gene expression, as well as in significant decreases in the body weight and increases in liver mutant frequency. When a two-fold cutoff value and a P-value less than 0.01 were selected, 2,726 genes were identified as differentially expressed in comfrey-fed rats compared to control animals. Among these genes, there were 1,617 genes associated by Ingenuity Pathway Analysis with particular functions, and the differentially expressed genes in comfrey-fed rat livers were involved in metabolism, injury of endothelial cells, and liver injury and abnormalities, including liver fibrosis and cancer development. CONCLUSION: The gene expression profile provides us a better understanding of underlying mechanisms for comfrey-induced hepatic toxicity. Integration of gene expression changes with known pathological changes can be used to formulate a mechanistic scheme for comfrey-induced liver toxicity and tumorigenesis.  (+info)

Comparison of gene expression profiles altered by comfrey and riddelliine in rat liver. (4/12)

BACKGROUND: Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) is a perennial plant and has been consumed by humans as a vegetable, a tea and an herbal medicine for more than 2000 years. It, however, is hepatotoxic and carcinogenic in experimental animals and hepatotoxic in humans. Pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs) exist in many plants and many of them cause liver toxicity and/or cancer in humans and experimental animals. In our previous study, we found that the mutagenicity of comfrey was associated with the PAs contained in the plant. Therefore, we suggest that carcinogenicity of comfrey result from those PAs. To confirm our hypothesis, we compared the expression of genes and processes of biological functions that were altered by comfrey (mixture of the plant with PAs) and riddelliine (a prototype of carcinogenic PA) in rat liver for carcinogenesis in this study. RESULTS: Groups of 6 Big Blue Fisher 344 rats were treated with riddelliine at 1 mg/kg body weight by gavage five times a week for 12 weeks or fed a diet containing 8% comfrey root for 12 weeks. Animals were sacrificed one day after the last treatment and the livers were isolated for gene expression analysis. The gene expressions were investigated using Applied Biosystems Rat Whole Genome Survey Microarrays and the biological functions were analyzed with Ingenuity Analysis Pathway software. Although there were large differences between the significant genes and between the biological processes that were altered by comfrey and riddelliine, there were a number of common genes and function processes that were related to carcinogenesis. There was a strong correlation between the two treatments for fold-change alterations in expression of drug metabolizing and cancer-related genes. CONCLUSION: Our results suggest that the carcinogenesis-related gene expression patterns resulting from the treatments of comfrey and riddelliine are very similar, and PAs contained in comfrey are the main active components responsible for carcinogenicity of the plant.  (+info)

Invasive knotweed affects native plants through allelopathy. (5/12)

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Comfrey: a clinical overview. (6/12)

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Poly[3-(3, 4-dihydroxyphenyl) glyceric acid] from Comfrey exerts anti-cancer efficacy against human prostate cancer via targeting androgen receptor, cell cycle arrest and apoptosis. (7/12)

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A homeopathic remedy from arnica, marigold, St. John's wort and comfrey accelerates in vitro wound scratch closure of NIH 3T3 fibroblasts. (8/12)

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Some of our pigs have been enthusiastic eaters of comfrey, which is supposed to be an appetite stimulant for them as well as a nutritious feed. So have some of our goats and all of our chickens. Weve never offered them comfrey only; its always been part of a wide range of options. Weve offered comfrey to our rabbits, but they usually refuse to eat it. I have read that animals are more willing to eat comfrey after it has wilted for a day. This seems to work for some farmers; our animals either eat it fresh or dont eat it at all. I have also read that comfrey can be dried and fed, but none of our animals have been willing to eat dried comfrey, although theyre happy to tear into dried burdock.. Comfrey for Soil-Building and Weed-Stopping. Comfreys high nutrient and mineral content also make it an excellent garden or orchard soil-builder, and so far this use remains non-controversial. Incorporated into your compost pile, comfrey leaves will break down quickly and add generous amounts of ...
Comfrey Ointment is useful in any kind of inflammatory swelling and reduces inflammation associated with sprains and broken bones. Comfrey has many uses medicinally, the roots and leaves contain Allantoin, a substance that promotes cell renewal making it useful for wound healing, tissue regeneration, new collagen, and bone. It also contains Rosmarinic acid which along with the tannins is responsible for the anti-inflammatory action. This Bumps & Bruises Comfrey ointment can be used to help heal: burns bruises ulcers dry skin scars inflamed skin sprains broken bones tendon damage wounds Caution - when using comfrey on deep wounds and if the wound needs stitches as the comfrey knits the skin too fast and could trap an infection within the wound. Always use an anti-septic herb such as echinacea, calendula or tea tree along with comfrey to disinfect the area to be treated. It is useful in any kind of inflammatory swelling and reduces inflammation associated with sprains and broken bones. Ingredients: Whole
By Diana Ross, E-RYT 500, Co-Founder of Breast Cancer Yoga.. As I watch Comfrey come into full bloom I cant help but appreciate its power to heal. The best remedy I know for wounds and burns of ANY kind, is Comfrey. It is known as the Miracle Herb, and it is unfortunate that the drug companies have, in my opinion, closed off the research into the herb Comfrey, Symphytum officinale, which has resulted in Comfrey being banned just about everywhere in the world. Even though this plant contains poisonous chemicals called pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs), the leaf, root, and root-like stem (rhizome) are used to make medicine. Comfrey leaves are of great value as an external remedy, both in the form of poultice, for sprains, swellings and bruises, and for severe cuts, burns and rashes.. In (TCM) Traditional Chinese Medicine the skin or Wei Chi (which includes the lungs) is the largest organ in the body, and it is understandable that there are so many remedies for dealing with topical troubles. ...
Why do I call comfrey a miracle plant? Well if I said their was one plant that could help heal broken bones, speed wound healing, heal skin ulcers that nothing else could close, provide fertilizer, provide mulch, feed livestock and be as easy to grow as breaking off a piece of a root and sticking it in the dirt, what would you call it?. Comfrey does all of these things and frankly more. It also has a very undeserved bad reputation as being toxic if used internally. In fact some over zealous nanny state types even caution against using it externally. I am not really sure if the misinformation about comfrey is simply tea cup protectionism run a muck or an outright slander campaign. And while I cant advise you to use comfrey internally, because it is illegal for me to do so, what I will say is at times I do and I certainly am not dead or ill from doing so.. Even if you plan to never use comfrey internally it is still a plant every person should grow and be familiar with. Its uses are too many to ...
There are many issues with the way that research is reported on the internet and many people scare themselves by reading badly referenced and poorly interpreted reports. I eat comfrey personally because I cannot find a single published case history of a healthy human actually experiencing (as opposed to theoretically being at risk from) liver damage from eating identified common comfrey. Nor do I intend to ever consume 20,000 leaves nor drink a cup a day for 18 years.. I also have a huge amount of cream-flowered tuberous comfrey growing here in Scotland (less than 0.02% PAs). So this is mainly the species I eat, in season.. Im not saying that comfrey is totally safe or denying the presence of PAs. That would be to discredit science and just be ignorant! However, it is all a question of perspective. I believe that I will be doing less harm to my body by occasionally eating or using comfrey than I would from, for example, drinking caffeinated drinks daily, eating processed foods full of ...
Comfrey Root (Symphytum officinale) Behold my comfrey root salve! This baby ia always a friendly plant alli that gets us on the mend and on our way. Real herbal healing takes time. Herbs support the body to heal itself. Comfrey is a great one to help heal topically. When any health issue arises in my family…
Symphytum officinale is a PERENNIAL growing to 1.2 m (4ft) by 0.6 m (2ft in) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 5 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from May to June, and the seeds ripen from June to July. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in heavy clay soil. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It prefers moist soil.
It is much the same with the vegetable garden. Weeding, sanitation, staking, harvesting, and pest control are the operations that correspond to the above measures in ornamental gardens, plus sowing fall crops.. Now is a good time to give perennials and annuals a feed to support foliage and flower production. The earlier rains may have leached container mixes. Lightly scratched-in organic fertilizer (soil food), or liquid feeds for both soil and leaves supplied by liquid seaweed, fish emulsion, and compost and comfrey teas, are the means I recommend.. Alyss comfrey tea. The following information about comfrey is from Alys Fowlers column in the Guardian:. Common comfrey (Symphytum officinale) self-seeds and can become invasive, so its worth hunting down Bocking 14, a variety of Russian comfrey (Symphytum x uplandicum) that is bred to be sterile.. Comfrey is rich in potassium (K), which is required for fruit production, and also contains potash (P) and nitrogen (N). A liquid comfrey feed ...
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Comfrey is a perennial plant found in moist grasslands in western Asia, Europe, and North America.[7] The hardy plant can grow to a height of 1-3 ft (0.3-0.9 m).[7] It is a perennial herb with a black, turnip-like root and large, hairy broad leaves that bears small bell-shaped flowers of various colours, typically cream or purplish, which may be striped. A common hybrid is formed between Symphytum officinale and S. asperum, Symphytum × uplandicum, known as Russian comfrey, which is widespread in the British Isles, and which interbreeds with S. officinale. Compared to S. officinale, S. × uplandicum is generally more bristly and has flowers which tend to be more blue or violet.[8] The plant produces significant nectar when compared to other UK plants tested.[9] ...
Comfrey leaf - the leaf of comfrey is high in chlorophyll and trace elements have a strong affinity for the lungs.. The leaf even looks like lung tissue and may have been an early clue as to its use (doctrines of signatures) which has found some scientific validity.. The leaf has astringent and anti-inflammatory properties making it ideal for wound care.. Comfrey root - the root is stronger in action and contains Allantoin a cell proliferates.. When preparing the fresh root cleaning and drying then powdering it smells just like bone - hence its early name knit bone. Olive oil - used for thousands of years by those clever Greeks this remarkable oil is bacteriostatic (bacteria cannot grow in it) anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, contains vitamin A and D and beneficial fatty acids which improve the health of the skin in general as well as anti-aging properties.. Its consistency is ideal for combining with the herbal ingredients helping to stick to and blend into the underlying cells facilitating ...
This cream is infused with comfrey oil which has vitamin C, calcium, magnesium and minerals that help reduce puffiness and relieve redness and itching, protecting and nurturing skin and joints. The healing allantoin substance in comfrey, boosts the health of arthritis and puffy red joints.Use topically to heal dry skin and puffiness from damaged joints. A powerful cream for matured skin and joints.Ingredients:Olive Oil (olea europaea), Comfrey Oil, Pure Beeswax (cera alba), Propolis Oil, Pure Essential Oil of Turmeric (curcuma longa root), Lavender (lavandula angustifolia), Eucalyptus (eucalyptus globulus leaf) and Ginger (zingiber officinale), Vitamin E (tocopherol).
Comfrey has a root similar to beet and large, hairy leaves. It contains alantoin which encourages the creation of new cells, thus making comfrey a great remedy for different types of injuries, cracked skin, cuts, and excessive bleeding. Additionally, comfrey is used for compresses against bone ache and gout. Extract from comfrey leaves has a beneficial effect on painful joints by decreasing the ache and the consequences from the injury. It can be also used by people who spend a lot of time in front of a computer and experience back pain. Ointments and comfrey tinctures can treat sprained ankles, swellings and ache, as well as sport injuries and sore muscles. The alantonin, contained in the comfrey leaves, helps in quick skin regeneration as it encourages the growth of new cells. Therefore, comfrey ointments are an excellent tool in the fight against bruises, cuts, and wounds. Whats more, comfrey has proven to be an exceptional cure for treatment of bunions-lumps at the thumbs root ...
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Comfrey is an attractive, easy-to-grow herbaceous perennial that has many uses in the herb garden, landscape and first aid and personal care preparations.
Comfrey in a petroleum jelly base. Use the ointment for a longer lasting effect. It is like a first aid kit in one jar! Can be used for all kinds of wounds, eczema, itching, allergies & rashes, pain, etc.. Alphabetical list: Abscesses, Allergies, Arthritis, Athletes foot, Bedsores, Blemishes (must apply 3 x per day), Blisters, Blue bottle stings, Boils, Bruises, Bunions, Burns, Calluses, Chickenpox, Corns, Cracked skin, Cradle cap, Eczema, Fever blisters, Fractures, Gangrene, Infection, Inflammation, Insect bites/stings, Itching, Joint pain, Muscle injuries, Nappy rash, Piles, Psoriasis, Rashes, Ringworm, Shingles, Skin cancer, Sores, Sprains, Sunburn, Swelling, Ulcers(contact us for info), Varicose veins, Wounds, All kinds. ...
Kiwiherb Comfrey Ointment 30gm Effective for sports injuries, bumps and strains, and joint stiffness. Containing high quality New Zealand grown Comfrey leaf and root, in a base of organic sunflower oil and beeswax, 100% natural ointment. No artificial preservatives, colours. Sold at IE Produce Aucklands North Shore.
All our herbals, spices and roots come in packages of 1/2 -2 oz for our customers convenience. Who wants to spend money on 1/2 lb. bags when you wont use it all in a 3-6 month period? We cater to the occasional user who needs only small portions, and we carry a very wide variety of dried herbs. For many years comfrey has been used to treat respiratory problems.. Comfrey was historically used to treat a wide variety of ailments ranging from bronchial problems, broken bones, sprains, arthritis, gastric and varicose ulcers, severe burns, acne and other skin conditions. It was reputed to have bone and teeth building properties in children, and have value in treating many female disorders.. ...
Comfrey is rich in both minerals and protein and makes a good livestock feed. Because of its abundance Ive given it to my chickens, goats and horses. Its recommended to at least let it wilt slightly before feeding it to animals so the prickly hairs do not bother them. If you have grazing animals it is great to cut your comfrey for them at this time of year when grass is not abundant for grazing.. This blog is part of a Blog Hop by Possum Creek Herb Farm in Tennessee. Stop by their blog to find other herb posts ...
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Our Gardeners comfrey ointment contains pure Scottish lavender essential oil from our Speyside Walled Garden. Comfrey has been known since ancient times as, all-heal. Need we say more?
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Comfrey root has been used for centuries in the treatment of wounds and sprains and strains.  Yet, in spite of common usage, Medline did not
Symphytum officinale Common Name: Comfrey, Knitbone, Bruisewort Family: Boraginaceae TCM Name: N/A Ayurvedic Name: N/A Parts Used: Leaves and roots Native To: Europe Medicinal Notes According to The Pharmaceutical Journal:
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) is sometimes used on the skin to treat wounds and reduce inflammation from sprains and broken bones.
In order to treat varicose veins, bone inflammations, carpal syndrome, ulcers and psoriasis, you need to use comfrey wraps. According to medical experts, comfrey contains fat which can help millions of people to get rid of their back pain.. It is very simple to prepare comfrey wraps, you just need to mix 2-3 tsp of dried comfrey root with enough water so that you get a paste. Once prepared, soak a piece of cloth into the paste and then apply it onto the affected area. Make sure to replace the comfrey wraps every 2-4 hours. This will reduce your pain and your wound will heal much faster for sure.. Sources and References:. http://healthandnaturalmedicine.com/2017/06/05/this-miraculous-plant-heals-bone-fractures-and-cures-many-diseases-recipe/ ...
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Comfrey grows natively in Europe and western Asia, and the roots and leaves are used in medicinal preparations. You might use topical remedies containing...
Comfrey ; Healing Herb. Borraginace .. A native of Europe, where it grows on banks of streams and in meadows ; also found in United States.. The tincture is prepared from the fresh root.. Introduced by Jeanes.. Fragmentary proving by Macfarlan.. CLINICAL AUTHORITIES.. - Injury to eye, Gross, R ck. Kl. Erf., vol. 1, p. 317 ; Inflammation of inferior maxillary bone, Cate, B. J. H., vol. 34, p. 378 ; Pain in knee, Funk, R ck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 928 ; Fracture of bones, Gilchrist, Med. Inv., vol. 9, p. 79 ; Non-union of fracture, Hendrichs, A. H. Z., vol. 107, p. 71.. INNER HEAD. [3] [Symph. ...
This is a soothing, skin-reparative astringent. It contains about 20 percent alcohol, which may be drying for some skin if used undiluted.. Combine the following freshly dried 16 oz. water herbs: 1 handful calendula bios- 8 oz. 80 proof vodka (or other 80 soms, 1 tablespoon comfrey root proof liquor) (crushed or powdered) 2 teaspoons aloe vera gel Make infusion with herbs and water. Let steep for 4 hours. Pour 8 oz. of strained herbal infusion into a 16-oz. jar, then add vodka and aloe. Cap and shake well. It is ready to use. Makes about 16 oz.. Variation: For a less drying effect, dilute 1/2 -1/2 teaspoon of astringent with 1 teaspoon of distilled rose water or plain water per application.. ...
Native to Europe and Asia, Comfrey has become naturalized in much of North America. Its in the borage family of plants and has large, soft, fuzzy leaves with beautiful bell shaped cream or purple colored flowers. The plant is a wonderful garden specimen and can take hold of a moist partially shaded area quite effectively. The Roots and Leaves have been used for centuries in herbal medicine and the root of its Latin genus name Symphytum indicates that it has also long been associated with the joining together of things (Symph=join). Preparations have ranged from oils, tinctures, extracts, teas, salves and oils made from the root, and freshly prepared beverages from the leaves. The freshly juiced leaves of this plant make a fantastic and nutritious beverage imparting the reminiscent flavor of chocolate.. ...
Science knows almost 500 thousand species of plants, only about 290 of which are described as medicinal. Comfrey is among such plants, which can be called miracles of nature.
Comfrey leaves are similar to Foxglove leaves, though they have smaller veins not extending into the wings of the leaf-stalk. The leafy stem, 2 to 3 feet high, is stout, angular and hollow, broadly winged at the top and covered with bristly hairs. The lower, radical leaves are very large, up to 10 inches long and covered with rough hairs which make people itch when they touch them. The flowers are either creamy yellow or purple, growing on short stalks. They appear in April or early May ...
Comfrey is a perennial shrub that is native to Europe, and its roots and leaves are sold as ointments, compounds oils, creams, compresses and leaf extracts...
A synergistic blend of herbs that supports skin health.Also available in Extract form. Proudly made in the U.S.A. Ingredients Supplement Facts % Daily Value Proprietary Blend: * Comfrey Leaf & Extra Virgin Olive Oil in a beeswax. * Daily Value not established. No added Fillers or Chemicals Directions Apply external
SIMPLE & EFFECTIVE FORMULAComfrey is traditionally known as knit-bone and a heal-all herb since about 400 BC. Inspired by the ancient wisdom, we keep the formula as simple and effective as it was used ages ago. Combining two powerful ingredients: therapeutic grade Comfrey Oil and specially selected Beeswax. NATURAL
Formulated by Master Herbalist RICHARD DESYLVA - and made from premium quality botanicals that are either wild crafted or from certified organic farms. NO fillers.. USE: burns, abrasions.. PROVIDES: Comfrey, St. Johns Wort, Yarrow, Yellow Dock, Chickweed, Goldenseal, Olive oil, Beeswax. ...
This herbal comfrey salve (ointment) may help heal the skin after minor cuts and burns. It may also help with any minor rash, skin irritations, acne or breakouts on skin. Instructions: Apply small amount to the effected area topically (externally). * This not a drug/medicine and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cu
Comfrey contains allantoin, which helps repair damaged tissue. The herb has a significant anti-inflammatory action due to the rosmarinic acid.
It is a neophyte, which was introduced from the Caucuses in. the late 19th Century and has been used as ground cover. under trees ever since.. It is an aggressive coloniser and is often thrown out from. gardens.. It has been recognised as a naturalised escape since 1900.. It is found in shaded habitats such as woods, hedges, banks. and churchyards, and beside rivers.. It is on the increase.. The pictures shown are from Netherbury in West Dorset. where Creeping Comfrey is spreading in the churchyard. and on nearby shaded banks.. ...
Our newest guest blogger, Dawn Robnett, is always searching for great herbs to color soap and skin care products. She recently discovered comfrey, which provides a beautiful green color and wonderful skin benefits.
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I have a particularly infertile area of soil on the allotment, (If you want to know why look on my allotment blog under benzo (a) pyrenes). I am going to set up a proper comparison plot with several sections. One with charcoal on its own, one with blood fish and bone on its own, one with comfrey on its own, one with blood fish and bone and comfrey one with comfrey and charcoal and finally one with all. I would like to check out fungi as well; however that might make it complicated :-)). ...
Ive been using this TSP formula for almost a week, more to report on this later. As I have been looking for ways to regrow teeth, as I have some fillings I would love to figure out a way to pop them out via regeneration of teeth.. There is sooo many conflicting views on proper diet and nutrition out there. Raw food, veganism, whole food diet, Paleo-diet, Keto Diet, fruitarian, etc. People that say eating meat is death and others like Tony that says we require omnivorous diet.. What I respect about Tony apart from the fact that the man is an walking encyclopedia on human anatomy and nutrition, he is showing people how to make cheap home remedies in which he makes zero profit from, now thats pretty significant and says a lot about who he is and his work. How many health gurus today are always pushing their line of products onto you? I get it, people need to make a living, but one should take all of these things into account and use the muscle of discernment sufficiently to go through all ...
Ive been using this TSP formula for almost a week, more to report on this later. As I have been looking for ways to regrow teeth, as I have some fillings I would love to figure out a way to pop them out via regeneration of teeth.. There is sooo many conflicting views on proper diet and nutrition out there. Raw food, veganism, whole food diet, Paleo-diet, Keto Diet, fruitarian, etc. People that say eating meat is death and others like Tony that says we require omnivorous diet.. What I respect about Tony apart from the fact that the man is an walking encyclopedia on human anatomy and nutrition, he is showing people how to make cheap home remedies in which he makes zero profit from, now thats pretty significant and says a lot about who he is and his work. How many health gurus today are always pushing their line of products onto you? I get it, people need to make a living, but one should take all of these things into account and use the muscle of discernment sufficiently to go through all ...
Koll R, Buhr M, Dieter R et al. Efficacy and tolerance of a comfrey root extract (Extr. Rad. Symphyti) in the treatment of ankle distorsions: results of a multicenter, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study. Phytomedicine. 2004;11:470-7. Kucera M, Barna M, Horacek O, et al. Efficacy and safety of topically applied Symphytum herb extract cream in the treatment of ankle distortion: results of a randomized controlled clinical double blind study. Wien MedWochenschr. 2005;154:498-507. Traumaplant® Cream: the percutaneous antitraumatic. Available at: http://www.harraspharma.de/framework_e.html?/html_medika/tra...plant_exp_e.html. Accessed June 9, 2005. Oberlies NH, Kim NC, Brine DR, et al. Analysis of herbal teas made from the leaves of comfrey ( Symphytumofficinale): reduction of N-oxides results in order of magnitude increases in the measurable concentration of pyrrolizidine alkaloids. Public Health Nutr. 2004;7:919-24. Williams L, Chou MW, Yan J, et al. Toxicokinetics of riddelliine, a ...
1. Koll R, Buhr M, Dieter R et al. Efficacy and tolerance of a comfrey root extract (Extr. Rad. Symphyti) in the treatment of ankle distorsions: results of a multicenter, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study. Phytomedicine. 2004;11:470-7. 2. Kucera M, Barna M, Horacek O, et al. Efficacy and safety of topically applied Symphytum herb extract cream in the treatment of ankle distortion: results of a randomized controlled clinical double blind study. Wien MedWochenschr. 2005;154:498-507. 3. Traumaplant® Cream: the percutaneous antitraumatic. Available at: http://www.harraspharma.de/framework_e.html?/html_medika/traumaplant_exp_e.html. Accessed June 9, 2005. 4. Oberlies NH, Kim NC, Brine DR, et al. Analysis of herbal teas made from the leaves of comfrey ( Symphytumofficinale): reduction of N-oxides results in order of magnitude increases in the measurable concentration of pyrrolizidine alkaloids. Public Health Nutr. 2004;7:919-24. 5. Williams L, Chou MW, Yan J, et al. Toxicokinetics of ...
Aqua ( Water), Coco Glucoside, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), White (Kaolin) Clay Gel, Glycerin, Quaternium-79 Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Glycol Distearate (and) Laureth-4 (and) Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Panthenol ( Pro-Vitamin B5), Xanthan Gum, Helianthus Annus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Hydrolyzed Oat Protien, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Honey, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Lonicera Caprifolium (Honeysuckle) Flower Extract and Lonicera Japonica (Japanese Honeysuckle) Flower extract, and Citric Acid. Essential Oils of Rosemary & Mint.. CERTIFIED ORGANIC EXTRACTS: Euterpe oleracea (Acaí Berry), Daucus Carota Sativa (Carrot) Root, Chamomilla Recutita Matricaria (Wild Chamomile) Flower, Camellia Sinensis (White Tea), Camellia Oleiferra Leaf (Green Tea), Punica Granatum (Pomegranate), Sambucus Nigra (Elderflower), Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice, Symphytum Officinale (Comfrey) Root, Panax (Ginseng) Root, Fucus Vesiculosus Bladderwrack (Seaweed), Equisetum Arvense (Horsetail), Rosa Canina (Rose ...
Comfrey is used for Bronchitis constipation, the bowels must be cleared and kept open with the lower bowel tonic or herbal laxatives. If one has shortness of breath and needs the throat cleared of mucus, they can use an emetic. Cayenne is very effective for cutting the phlegm, as are fruit juices such as grapefruit, lemon, orange, or pineapple. Chickweed, comfrey, marshmallow or mullein are the greatest cleansers to get the mucus out of the body. One can relax the throat, stomach, and bronchi rapidly with a very small amount of lobelia. Other useful aids for relief are a hot vapor or steam bath followed by a cold shower or sponging; also hot fomentation of pleurisy root or mullein (with lobelia in it) on the chest and spine. If you want to speed up any fomentation, add cayenne as a counterirritant ...
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Additional resources for Bioactive Compounds in Foods. Example text. 1991). BLUK145-Gilbert February 15, 2008 18:20 Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids 21 An alternative approach in which total levels of pyrrolizidine alkaloids are determined is to subject the alkaloids to mild hydrolysis and determine the retronecine base by gas chromatography after derivatization (Hovermale and Craig, 1998). , 2000). , 1994). , 1994). Still, unequivocal identification was only obtained either when reference standards were available, or when GC/MS was used for confirmation. The alkaloids are usually analyzed without derivatization but peak shape and resolution are improved by derivatization, which also reduces decomposition in the injector. K. E. (2004) A rapid cleanup method for the isolation and concentration of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in comfrey root. Journal of AOAC International, 87(5), 1049-1057. Hartmann, T. (1991) Alkaloids, in Herbivores, Their Interactions with Secondary Plant Metabolites. Vol. 1: The Chemical ...
Helpful information on ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and Crohns disease. Nutritional and herbal therapies are given, not only for treating these disorders themselves, but also their complications including diarrhea, constipation, gastrointestinal upset, and special concerns of these diseases in children. Research studies and the actions of different herbs are also mentioned. Herbs discussed include: bayberry, comfrey, plantain, wild yam, cramp bark, chamomile, peppermint, slippery elm, scullcap, marshmallow, psyllium, flaxseed, yellow dock, dandelion, cascara sagrada, senna, buckthorn, linseed, valerian, echinacea, goldenseal, poke root, and kelp.. ...
Helpful information on ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and Crohns disease. Nutritional and herbal therapies are given, not only for treating these disorders themselves, but also their complications including diarrhea, constipation, gastrointestinal upset, and special concerns of these diseases in children. Research studies and the actions of different herbs are also mentioned. Herbs discussed include: bayberry, comfrey, plantain, wild yam, cramp bark, chamomile, peppermint, slippery elm, scullcap, marshmallow, psyllium, flaxseed, yellow dock, dandelion, cascara sagrada, senna, buckthorn, linseed, valerian, echinacea, goldenseal, poke root, and kelp.. ...
Many people are walking around with chronic inflammation, caused from stress, asthma, poor diet, weight gain, smoking, etc. Chronic inflammation can also be caused from an acute inflammation attack. Chronic pain is caused from chronic inflammation and 100 million Americans have it. Chronic inflammation needs to be attended to because it can lead to cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, heart disease, oral disease, etc. If we reduce chronic inflammation, we can reduce chronic pain. So how can we decrease inflammation? Inflammation can be decreased naturally by eating a healthy diet, exercising, reducing stress, and getting enough sleep.. People tend to use anti-inflammatories such as ibuprofen, aspirin, Vioxx, Celebrex, Cortisone etc., which all have side effects like ulcers and increased risk of blood clots. There are natural herbs that are shown to reduce pain and inflammation of which are: turmeric (contains curcumin), boswellia, fish oil, probiotics, comfrey, devils claw, cherries, and arnica to ...
This is the best. Use this on any skin problem. It eases pain and itching, reduces inflammation, speeds healing, clears up those annoying, albeit minor "ouchies" we all get. Extracts of comfrey, calendula, chamomile, goldenseal, hyssop, plantain, aloe, echinacea, arnica, mullein, mugwort, dock, white thyme, lavender, cajeput, tea tree, clove, and Vitamin E in olive oil, castor oil and almond oil, thickened with beeswax, preserved with honey and tincture of benzoin. Shelf life is 1 year, but lasts longer in the refrigerator. 1 oz. in glass jar
️ Soothes skin especially after any facial treatments or skin sensitivity. Directions for Use: Dispense small amount of Botanical Elixir Facial Cleanser into palm and gently massage onto face in a circular motion. Rinse face thoroughly and pat dry. For best results, follow with Chikyus Facial Toner. INGREDIENTS:. *Aloe Vera Extract, *Lavender Hydrosol, *Rose Hydrosol, *Rosehip Seed Oil, *Borage Oil, Olive Oil, *Coconut Oil, *Apricot Kernel Oil, *Calendula Oil, *Lavender, *Wild Crafted Comfrey, *Wild Crafted Reishi Mushroom, *Wild Crafted Mullein, *Wild Crafted Oregano, *Gotu Kola, *Horsetail, *Geranium, *Dandelion, Orange Peel, Lemon ESO, Eucalyptus ESO,*Basil ESO, Juniper Berry ESO, Silk Amino Acid (plant substrates), *Vegetable Glycerin, *Grey Sea Salt, *Potassium, Glucose (Sugar Based), Vitamin C, Guar Gum, NataPres (Radish Root, Honeysuckle, Aspen Bark).. ♦️FACIAL CLEANSING OIL (All Skin Types), is a vitamin enriched Cleansing Oil which has been formulated by using delicate oils ...
Treatments and Remedies for stomach ulcers Stomach Ulcers Peptic ulcer of the mucosa of the stomach, which normally is round, boring. Medicine for stomach ulcers with Juices: cabbage, potato, carrot, licorice, comfrey. Strawberry juice and coconut milk is very soothing.
There are many rosacea natural treatments that are popular alternatives to cosmetics and oral medications. Feverfew, comfrey, burdock, green tea, lavender essential oil, and many others have all been recommended for rosacea. Well tell you what the research says about these at-home remedies and how they can help.
Calendula has a long history of use as a wound healing botanical. When applied in either a tea or an ointment, Calendula is the first choice for many types of wounds including cuts, abrasions, burns and inflammations, making it an important part of any first aid kit.. Calendula salve is a great choice for rashes, insect bites, eczema and even sunburn, especially when mixed with comfrey or Saint Johns Wort.. Calendula effectively speeds wound healing and relieves pain and inflammation and its antimicrobial properties will also prevent infection. Calendula also promotes healing and tissue reconstruction by stimulating fibroblastic activity.. Be careful not to apply calendula salve to wounds that are oozing or weeping; use watery preparations only, such as calendula tea or tincture, and allow the area to air dry completely between applications. If the wound needs to drain, for example an abscess, then calendula might cause the wound to heal over too quickly and should not be applied until the ...
Perennial to zone 2. Grows to about 2-3 feet. Ornamental with edible young leaves and beautiful flowers of varying colors. Aromatic tea can be made from the somewhat bitter flowers and leaves. The leaves can also be used as a hops substitute in beer. The plant can be used as a groundcover and can compete with most grasses. Good companion plant for repelling ants, flies, and beetles and accumulating nutrients for surrounding plants. Soak leaves in water for a week or two and make fertilizer (similar to nettle, comfrey, dandelion, and other dynamic nutrient accumulator plants).. ...
BFC (Bone, Flesh, Cartilage) Ingredients: Comfrey Leaf, Marshmallow Root, Mullein Leaf, Black Walnut Hulls, Gravel Root, Wormwood Leaf, Skullcap Leaf, Lobelia Leaf.
Use it on twenty minutes before you will be in the sun. Hats, visors, parasols and sunglasses can hide your skin layer through the sun and minimize sun-damage. Clean your epidermis twice daily using a gentle, antibacterial soap. Start under your jaw and wash up all the way to your hairline. The textbook The Whole Technology Book on Herbal Beauty Items with Formulations and procedures recommends a mix of one tablespoon powdered bentonite clay, one tablespoon comfrey leaf tea, one teaspoon ground elder flowers, one teaspoon ground strawberry leaves then one drop of lavender essential oil to be a soothing mask for acne-prone skin. A particular session takes between eight and 20 mins. Treatment can be achieved inside a dermatologists office or at home, using home kits. Topical treatments, including ALA could be used in addition to blue light therapy to improve the effectiveness and destroy a lot of parasitic organisms. Inflammation also plays a role in acne as it can block skin pores. There are a ...
INSTRUCTIONS: Use lotion liberally all over the body to condition the skin daily. For best results use after bathing on damp skin. Avoid the eye area, for external use only.. *This product DOES NOT require refrigeration. To extend the potency and preserve the fresh ingredients store in a cool room away from direct sunlight.. FRESH INGREDIENTS: *Coconut Water, *Virgin Coconut Oil, Rice Bran Oil, *Olive Oil, *Jojoba Oil, *Avocado Oil, *Grapeseed Oil, *Shea Butter, Argan Oil, Glyceryl Stearate (Palm Oil Emulsifier), Cetearyl Olivate and Sorbitan Olivate (Olive Oil Emulsifier), *Dandelion Leaf Juice, *Kale Juice, *Spinach Juice, (*Wheat Grass Juice, *Oat Grass Juice, *Barley Grass Juice, all Gluten Free), *Carob Pod, *Maca Root, Spirulina, Chlorella, Icelandic Kelp, *Horsetail, *Comfrey, *Sprouted Brown Rice Protein Isolate, *Carrot Seed Oil, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Lecithin, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum, Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Essential Oils of French Lavender, Roman Chamomile, Rose ...
Marshmallow has been used for centuries as a topical anti-inflammatory with antimicrobial effects. Common uses include infected skin wounds, boils, ulcers, inflamed cuts, burns, insect bites and chapped skin. Marshmallow may help to boost immunity at a cellular level. It can also be useful in reducing the pain and swelling associated with chilblains. Marshmallow is a strong demulcent that helps to soothe irritated skin such as chapped skin, psoriasis and eczema. It is an herb that has demulcent, emollient and vulnerary properties that work synergistically in supporting the effects of other herbs such as Comfrey.. Red clover, herb top, 18 mg / 2.5 ...
A list of all ingredients we use. Nedan finns en lista på alla ingredienser vi använder, i parantes står den kemiska beteckningen. Observera att ett ämne som är framställt syntetiskt kan ha samma kemiska beteckning som ett biologiskt ämne, trots att de kan ha olika egenskaper för huden och miljön. Read more about Rosenseriens philosophy about ingredients and content.. ALCOHOL: Alcohol is not added to any product but is used to pull. out the aroma of strawberries and must be declared in the Lip. Balm with strawberry flavor.. ALLANTOIN: Extracted from the root of comfrey, has known use in. folk medicine.. ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE*: Has a number of benefiting properties. for people with various skin problems. Helps the skin maintain its. moisture and flexibility. Our aloe vera is fair trade and organic.. ALUMINA: Mineral salt bound to titanium dioxide in the physical sunscreen filter.. AQUA: We don´t add water in the products, but some ingredients. are dissolved in water which must ...
Ectoin gives protecting and stabilising effect also when applied to human cells. Therefore, it is used as an effective allergy relief; its use is also common in dermatology - mainly in relieving the symptoms and treatment of atopic Dermatitis. The studies in which Ectoin was used have confirmed that owing to its unique properties of binding water, this molecule moisturises the skin, reduces irritations and skin roughness. Thanks to its frequent use in treating allergic diseases, Ectoin has gained much recognition from outstanding specialists in the field of allergology and dermatology.. ALLANTOIN. The ingredient that exhibits anti-irritant and skin moisturising properties in our product, and which is responsible for skin protection is Allantoin - a diureide of glyoxylic acid, extracted naturally from the comfrey plant or derived from urea. Due to its affinity to proteins and ammonium character, Allantoin is also responsible for the removal of dead skin cells and for softening the skin. ...
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iHerb carries hundreds of different herbs, listed here alphabetically, including Albizzia, Alma, Anise, Clove, Comfrey, Ginger, Horehound, Jamaican Dogwood, Kava Kava, Oregon Grape Root and others. Click on ALL to the entire selection of herbs.
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Features: Irritated or sensitive skin? Escape inflammation and redness with this super cooling hydrating serum containing calming Aloe Vera, Comfrey and Panthothenic Acid (mushroom source). Inflamed skin will be dramatically reduced leaving skin feeling smooth and protected. Green and Black Teas, high in polyphenols, a
A salve created to aid in reduction of varicose veins and hemorrhoids. Nothing can be more uncomfortable than hemorrhoids, this salve will offer soothing relief and gently heal your skin.Ingredients: Aloe Butter, Butchers Broom, Myrrh, Slippery Elm, Comfrey, Cypress, Geranium, Peppermint, BeeswaxAloe Butter: Excellent
Tints of Nature is the first long lasting permanent hair colour to use an advanced formula containing natural ingredients to cover all grey hair. Our unique blend of natural extracts, including Aloe Vera, Comfrey, Orange, Grapefruit and Vitamins E and C,
Allumière Antiaging Cream is a lightweight, fast-absorbing cream providing the hydrating benefits of a moisturizer with the power of an anti-aging concentrate. Anogeissus Leiocarpa Bark Extract and Vitamin C work synergistically to increase the incorporation of Vitamin C in the skin, significantly boosting antioxidant capability and collagen synthesis. Powerful, bioavailable peptides rebuild and restore skin from the inside out to lift, fill, and smooth out wrinkles. Allumière Antiaging Cream features comfrey stem cells and a probiotic to speed skin renewal and turnover while tomato-derived carotenoids fight UV damage and lighten skin. Sandalwood and Barley Extract reduce water loss and stimulates lipids found naturally in skin. Allumière Antiaging Cream addresses signs of aging caused by UV damage, glycation, gravity, and dryness. Niuvella Antiaging Serum is a lightweight, fast absorbing anti-aging cream features auto-adapting technology to provide the ultimate comfort and protection in all ...
Made with 7% shea butter, this hand cream is intensely hydrating with its signature botanical cocktail of ginseng, ivy, cucumber, and comfrey.
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Ordain your mane, consecrate your crew, and bless your hair in the botanical wisdom of our Seabuckthorn Shampoo. Undress your tresses from chemical duress withtried and true herbal infusions that benefit all hair types. This shampoo will glorify your luscious locks and is beautiful for babies, children, as a bubble bath, and body wash too.. Organic and/or wild crafted ingredients with pure spring water: herbal infusions of calendula, red clover, oats, coltsfoot, horsetail, comfrey, nettles, chamomile, and bladderwrack seaweed in golden jojoba oil; yucca and coco-protein to saponify; orange wax; supercritical extracts of seabuckthorn berry, sage, and rosemary; and essential oils of grapefruit, peppermint, vetiver, and lime.. ...
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Thanks to lots of posts on this site Ive bought arnica to help with my post birth recovery but the blurb that comes with the packet says not to use it if youre breast feeding, Has anyone help/advice on whether I should pay attention to this or if its safe to use. The whooping cough vaccination currently
Ideal for sports people, little people and people on-the-go. Simply rub into skin before and after exercise to help soothe muscular aches and pains.
... this species is known as common comfrey or true comfrey. Other English names include Quaker comfrey, cultivated comfrey, ... Comfrey is a perennial plant found in moist grasslands in western Asia, Europe, and North America. The hardy plant can grow to ... Over centuries, comfrey was cultivated in Asia, Europe, and the United Kingdom as a vegetable and herbal medicine. Its early ... In Europe as of 2015, there were no comfrey products for oral use, and those for topical uses to treat bruises or joint pain ...
Tice R (October 2007). "Comfrey and One of Its Constituent Alkaloids Symphytine, Review of Toxicological Literature" (PDF). ... "Comfrey". Alternative Field Crops Manual. University of Wisconsin Extension, University of Minnesota Extension. Archived from ...
"Comfrey". Drugs.com. 3 January 2018. Retrieved 5 January 2018.. *^ "Lobelia". Drugs.com. 3 January 2018. Retrieved 5 January ... Comfrey, which contains alkaloids which may be harmful to the liver from chronic use, and particularly is not recommended ... The deadly foxglove, for example, can be mistaken for the much more benign (but still relatively toxic to the liver) comfrey. ... during pregnancy or when prescription drugs are used; comfrey is not recommended for oral use.[7] ...
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comfrey (Symphytum spp.). *fiddleneck (Amsinckia spp.). *forget-me-not (Myosotis spp.). *geigertree (Cordia sebestena) ...
... also known as Comfrey or Old West Comfrey.) For a long time, C. virginianum has been used to help treat wounds and to flush out ... Andersonglossum virginianum, known as wild comfrey, is a flowering plant in the borage family native to North America. It is ... ISBN 978-0-87395-889-9. "2bnthewild.com: Wild Comfrey (Cynoglossum virginianum)". Retrieved 6 July 2012. CS1 maint: discouraged ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Conservation Assessment for Northern Wild Comfrey (Cynoglossum virginianum var. ...
Here is a few examples: Common comfrey (Danish: Læge-Kulsukker) is growing here, but is rare in Denmark. It is slightly ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Comfrey". Botanical. Excavation 12 - New Lystrup road The Archaeology beneath the ...
The researchers discovered in the end that the "comfrey is mutagenic in liver, and PA contained in comfrey appear to be ... Comfrey is an example of a plant species that contains fourteen different PAs. The active metabolites interact with DNA to ... Mei N, Guo L, Fu PP, Fuscoe JC, Luan Y, Chen T (October 2010). "Metabolism, genotoxicity, and carcinogenicity of comfrey". ... responsible for comfrey-induced toxicity and tumor induction,". The purpose of genotoxicity testing is to determine if a ...
Retrieved January 13, 2020 - via Newspapers.com . Frey, Chad (August 9, 2016). "Former Bethel coach joins NHS staff". The ...
Purslane and comfrey have proven effective choices. Layers of chopped plants alternate in 1-inch layers with BS/J. Pressure ...
"Comfrey vet recalls '63 B-47 crash". Archived 3 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine The Journal (New Ulm, Minnesota), 11 ... "Fifty years later: Jet crash memorial to be dedicated in Comfrey".[permanent dead link] Daily Globe (Worthington, Minnesota), ... approximately 3 miles north of the town of Comfrey, Minnesota. All four crew were killed. It had just completed a low-altitude ...
Cynoglossum virginianum L. ~ "Wild comfrey"[1]. *Cytisus scoparius. *Damiana[2]. *Entada rheedii ...
Common names include rough comfrey and prickly comfrey. It is native to Asia and it is known in Europe and North America as an ...
Of concern is the health risk associated with the use of medicinal herbs that contain PAs, notably borage leaf, comfrey and ... 1990). "Hepatic veno-occlusive disease associated with comfrey ingestion". Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. 5 (2): ...
ISBN 978-1-60358-029-8. The Facts about Dynamic Accumulators Does Comfrey Really Improve Soil? What is a dynamic accumulator Dr ...
She is the daughter of Bridget Comfrey and Tommy Forester. Although Tristran is infatuated with her, she does not return his ...
This church was destroyed by the 1998 Comfrey-St. Peter tornado outbreak; a new church-school complex was built at a new ...
The preferred food of the larvae is the herb Comfrey (Symphytum officinale). In England it has one generation per year. The ...
Vernacular common names such as 'knitbone' reveal the healing role that tuberous comfrey and the various hybrid comfreys have ... Symphytum tuberosum, the tuberous comfrey, is a species of Symphytum in the family Boraginaceae. Tuberous comfrey flowers from ... a significant characteristic for separating its identity from the purple flowered Russian Comfrey. The usual pollinators are ...
... bulbous comfrey Symphytum caucasicum - Caucasian comfrey Symphytum ibericum - creeping comfrey, Iberian comfrey Symphytum ... white comfrey Symphytum tauricum - Crimean comfrey Symphytum tuberosum - tuberous comfrey Symphytum × uplandicum (S. asperum × ... Species include: Symphytum asperum - prickly comfrey, rough comfrey Symphytum bulbosum - ... In modern herbalism, comfrey is most commonly used topically. In 2001, the United States Food and Drug Administration issued a ...
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The city of Comfrey is within the township geographically but is a separate entity. There are no lakes in Bashaw Township, ...
Taylor was born in Springfield, Minnesota, and grew up on a farm in Comfrey, Minnesota. He graduated from Comfrey High School ...
... virginianum, known as wild comfrey, is a common plant from New York to Florida. Cynoglossum boreale occurs in the ... Cynoglossum troodi - Troodos hound's tongue Cynoglossum virginianum - wild comfrey Cynoglossum zeylanicum - Ceylon hound's ... northern wild comfrey Cynoglossum castellanum Cynoglossum cheirifolium Cynoglossum clandestinum Cynoglossum columnae ...
... from the comfrey plant or cows' urine -is found in shampoos, moisturizers and toothpaste; and carmine from scale insects, such ...
Action; ex-HMS Comfrey, commissioned 22 November 1942, paid off 6 September 1945, sold February 1946. Alacrity; ex-HMS Cornel, ... Comfrey; built by Collingwood, Canada, ordered 6 October 1841, launched 28 July 1942. Transferred to the United States as USS ...
Other endangered plant species found in the reserve are spiky sedge, common horsetail and common comfrey. The reserve also ...
The illustrated plant has been identified as "symphyton" (modern comfrey), which was an important medicinal plant. However the ... illustration does not closely resemble comfrey, so that, if the identification is correct, the illustration would have had been ...

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