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Comfrey
Comfrey Comfrey Parts Used: leaves and root Internal remedies: Contains a healing agent which encourages repairing of damaged tissue and bones. Also beneficial for anemia, asthma, catarrh, diarrhea, dysentery, hemorrhage sinusitis. External: Abscesses, boils, broken bones, bruises, cuts, sprains and swellings, leucorrhea (douche). Back
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Comfrey Herb - Herbs
... Buy Comfrey Seeds from The Green Chronicle (Pay in $US, , Euro). Herbs, Seasonings, Seeds and Spices - Buy Comfrey Root, Comfrey Powder from Mountain Rose Herbs ($US). How to grow Sow Comfrey seeds early in spring in the flowering position. Thin the seedlings to 30-40cm. Soil condition/position Comfrey ...
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Comfrey Herb Questions - Herbs
... Herbs > Comfrey Herb Reader q&a on comfrey problems: Seeds Buy Comfrey Seeds from The Green Chronicle (Pay in , $US, Euro). Herbs, Seasonings, Seeds and Spices - Buy Comfrey Root, Comfrey Powder from Mountain Rose Herbs ($US). General Information See our page on Comfrey. Question We planted a comfrey plant 20 years ago, and ...
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Growing vegetables on Leeds allotments - Comfrey
... feeds. Some background on Henry Doubleday, Lawrence Hills, with useful comparisons and tips for using comfrey, from John Harrison's site. The roots go 3 metres deep, and draw up nutrients ... . A better source of potash (good for potatoes!) than farmyard manure. Comfrey also has remarkable healing properties. Once established, a comfrey bed will continue producing leaves for many, many years - and it ...
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Tuberous Comfrey, Symphytum bulbosum
... Tuberous Comfrey, Symphytum bulbosum :: Tuberous Comfrey (Symphytum bulbosum) :: Back Next This is a short to medium, creeping perennial, with tuberous rhizomes. ... on the 17th of March 2002. IN A NUTSHELL :: General Information :: Common English name: Tuberous Comfrey Common Greek name: N/A Type of plant: Creeping perennial Flowering Season: March - July Habitat ...
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Herbalism FAQ Page
... Ginger and vitamin B6 for nausea and motion sickness Aversions and bad tasting remedies Mucilagenous comfrey for healing bones, bruises, arthritis Echinacea, its proper use Earache remedies Valerian root and other ...
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Herbs Forum - GardenWeb
... follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Oct 31, 06 at 18:31 WANTED: Russian Comfrey Starting Posted by: pastorkim on Fri, Sep 8, 06 at 12:13 1 follow-up ...
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Growing from Seed - GardenWeb
... 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Apr 13, 06 at 23:07 Vareigated comfrey Posted by: debbiep z8 Ga on Thu, Apr 13, 06 at 13:35 2 follow ...
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Herb Cautions
... cause serious liver damage in humans, not to mention rats. Comfrey, Symphytum officinale, is an herbaceous perennial plant commonly grown in gardens ... long term use of comfrey tea may cause severe scarring in the liver and may even cause cancer. Comfrey contains a number of ... humans when they are eaten or brewed into teas. Besides comfrey, a number of other rather common plants are listed with ...
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Arnica mollis
... to potentiate other topical herbs....mix with St. John's Wort Oil for nerve trauma....Comfrey Oil for tendonitis....etc. Do not use on broken skin. Discontinue use if reddening of ...
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