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Comfrey Salve Directions

Clean area with goat milk soap and water and then rub the salve into skin. Because comfrey can cause rapid external healing, it is best to not use it on any deep or puncture type wounds.

Comfrey Salve Ingredients

Comfrey (leaf and root) infused extra virgin olive oil, beeswax, vitamin E.

This product is not available for return unless it is damaged during shipping. It has not been evaluated by the FDA. It is for external use only and should not be used on open wounds or near eyes and mouth.

Packaged in a tin, this salve has a minimum weight of 1.5 oz.

A Note About Safety: This salve should feel fantastic wherever you need to use it on your body, except directly in your eyes. To discover any possible allergic reaction, test the salve on a small area of skin first. If a reaction occurs, stop using it.

Comfrey for Wounds Salve

Comfrey for Wounds Salve

Comfrey salve is wonderful for minor surface wounds such as cuts, scrapes, bites, stings, or abrasions. This salve uses both comfrey root and comfrey leaf which are often used to heal inflammation.

Comfrey contains allantoin, which has been...

Comfrey salve is wonderful for minor surface wounds such as cuts, scrapes, bites, stings, or abrasions. This salve uses both comfrey root and comfrey leaf which are often used to heal inflammation.

Comfrey contains allantoin, which has been scientifically shown to "aid granulation and cell formation" which is essential to the healing process. This salve does not have any essential oils or other scent added to it, but has a strong, earthy scent from the comfrey.

Ingredients: Comfrey (leaf and root) infused extra virgin olive oil, beeswax, vitamin E.

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Comfrey Salve Directions

Clean area with goat milk soap and water and then rub the salve into skin. Because comfrey can cause rapid external healing, it is best to not use it on any deep or puncture type wounds.

Comfrey Salve Ingredients

Comfrey (leaf and root) infused extra virgin olive oil, beeswax, vitamin E.

This product is not available for return unless it is damaged during shipping. It has not been evaluated by the FDA. It is for external use only and should not be used on open wounds or near eyes and mouth.

Packaged in a tin, this salve has a minimum weight of 1.5 oz.

A Note About Safety: This salve should feel fantastic wherever you need to use it on your body, except directly in your eyes. To discover any possible allergic reaction, test the salve on a small area of skin first. If a reaction occurs, stop using it.

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