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Dried Comfrey

Dried Comfrey


Dried Comfrey (30 gms)


30 gms is Equivalent to Approximately  15 Generously Heaped Tblsps



 LATIN NAME - Symphytum Officinale



Also Known As:



  • Boneset
  • Knitbone
  • Black Wort
  • Wall Wort
  • Slippery Root



Common Comfrey has Large, Oval, Hairy Leaves that Grow from a Central Crown on the Ends of Short Stems, Reaching a Height of Between 2 - 5 ft and a Spread of over 3 ft with Clusters of Drooping Tubular Flowers that are Pinky, Blue or Purple in Colour.




    Use Comfrey when Performing Spells & Rituals for:


    • Healing
    • Protection When Travelling
    • Protection from Theft
    • Attracting Abundance




    • Gender – Feminine
    • Planet – Saturn
    • Element – Water


    Comfrey is a Herb which is  Particularly good for Protection while Travelling.  Place a Small Bag of  Comfrey in your Luggage to Prevent Theft or  Carry it on your Person in a Pocket  to Protect and give you Safe Passage for  you Personally while Travelling. 


    Make a  Comfrey Charm  to Safeguard Yourself or your Home from Theft. 


    If you need to take a  Gamble for a Specific Situation, Place some Comfrey into a Bag and it  will Increase your Luck.



    Comfrey is Traditionally Believed to be Beneficial in the Treatment of:


    • Cell Repair
    • Bone Fractures
    • Broken Bones
    • Bursitis
    • Ligament Sprains
    • Muscle Damage
    • Tendon Strains
    • Tendonitis
    • Damage to Gut Wall by Ulcers
    • Degenerative Joint Disease
    • Arthritis 
    • Inflammation
    • Wound Healing




    • Allantoin 
    • Inulin
    • Mucilage 
    • Calcium
    • Potassium
    • Phosphorus
    • Vitamin A
    • Vitamin B12
    • Vitamin C
    • Phenolic Acids (Rosmarinic)
    • Steroidal Saponins
    • Toxic Alkaloids (including Pyrrolizidines)
    • Tannins


    Comfrey can be used as an Infusion and  can be Gargled to help Relieve a Sore Throat, help stop Bleeding Gums and helps with Laryngitis.


    Use Comfrey in a Poultice or as a Balm to help Relieve Sore Muscles, Relieve Soreness in Tendons and help Relieve the Pain and Itching of Insect Bites.


    Comfrey can be used to help stop Bleeding in Wounds and when taken Internally  it is Reputed to help Alleviate  Bleeding from Ulcers, Relieve Diarrhea and Settle an Upset Stomach.


    It is also Believed that Adding Comfrey to your Bathwater can help your Skin stay Young and Smooth.

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