Comfrey Infused Oil

On the full moon of November 10th I have completed a new batch of Comfrey infused oil. I have been growing this special plant for years and it is quite a beautiful mama. I harvested with thankfulness and dried out the leaves then infused them in organic olive oil.

Comfrey, also called knitbone, is great for healing sensitive and sore areas. Whether its pain from a recent sprain, injury, or from an old broken bone, comfrey helps to rebuild tendons and ligaments and bring healing cells to the area where the oil is applied. She is able to do this because she is so incredibly loaded with minerals, one of them being silica. Silica is basically plant cells, when brought into our body it helps build bones, tendons, and ligaments. The skin is the largest breathing living organ of our bodies and by applying this infused oil to it the minerals get absorbed through the skin and go directly to the area in need.

Especially helpful would be a hot pack of comfrey oil directly on a pained area in need of rebuilding. You can do this by simmering some water and dropping in a towel, once the towel is saturated with warm water you can add the oil to the skin and put the towel over it. Even the thought is relief!

Donations and barter are accepted for this healing oil. If you are interested send me an email at Dan@returntonature.us.

 

Much Love,

Dan

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2 Responses to Comfrey Infused Oil

  1. Jason Mohamed says:

    I’d like to place an order if I may? I live in NM, are you good with shipping? Comfrey is one of my therapeutic staples. I use it to help long time injuries. Those injuries are sometimes debilitating without it.

    Bless.

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