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Comfrey Oil Infused Oil for Rapid Healing of Skin Injuries and Broken Bones - Natural Herbal Remedy Handmade in Yorkshire

Comfrey Oil Infused Oil for Rapid Healing of Skin Injuries and Broken Bones - Natural Herbal Remedy Handmade in Yorkshire

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We make our quality oil by hand in North Yorkshire, our oil is not massed produced it is made with respect for the environment and follows a traditional recipe, we are proud of our finished product and hope you will be too.

Comfrey infused oil has been traditionally used for various purposes due to its potential benefits. Here are some of its purported advantages:

1. **Skin Healing**: Comfrey contains allantoin, a compound known for its skin-regenerating properties. It may aid in the healing of wounds, cuts, bruises, and minor burns.

2. **Anti-inflammatory**: The presence of allantoin and other compounds in comfrey oil may help reduce inflammation, making it useful for soothing conditions like arthritis, sprains, and strains.

3. **Pain Relief**: Comfrey oil is often used topically to alleviate pain associated with sore muscles, joint pain, and other discomforts.

4. **Moisturizing**: The oil itself is hydrating and can help keep the skin soft and supple, making it a good addition to skincare products, especially for dry or mature skin.

5. **Hair Care**: Some people use comfrey oil in hair care routines, as it may help strengthen hair and promote hair growth.

6. **Bone Health**: When used externally, comfrey oil may support bone health by aiding in the healing of fractures and promoting bone tissue repair.

It's essential to note that while comfrey infused oil offers potential benefits, it should be used with caution. Internal use of comfrey is not recommended due to the presence of pyrrolizidine alkaloids, which can be toxic to the liver. Be assured though, our comfrey oil uses only the leaves not the root which is where the alkaloids are found. Additionally, it's advisable to perform a patch test before using comfrey oil to ensure you don't have any adverse reactions. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should avoid using comfrey products. As always, consulting with a healthcare professional is recommended before using comfrey oil, especially if you have any underlying health conditions or concerns.

To use, apply directly to the affected area by massaging into the skin. For more serious conditions users may find it beneficial to soak a bandage or poultice in comfrey oil and to strap it the injured area. Do not use comfrey for deep cuts or lacerations. All dressings should be changed at least once per day. Comfrey oil can also be added to a wide range of aromatherapy products and makes a wonderful ointment.

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  • Creulty Free

  • Paraben Free

  • Sulfate Free

  • Silicone Free

  • Sodium Free

  • Phosphate Free

  • GMO Free

  • Preservatives Free

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