This tall herbaceous plant is macerated in a carrier oil to produce a useful healing agent that is protective and soothing.
Latin Name: Symphytum officinale
The name comfrey comes from the Latin ‘confirmare’, which means to unite and the herb was used to help knot bones and wounds together. It is most useful after an operation or injury, or in the case of festering wounds, such as leg ulcers and bed sores. The oil can be used on its own for healing, or diluted with sunflower for large areas.
Comfrey oil will keep for 2 years in a cool, dark place.
* Macerated oil
How to use?
Apply directly to affected areas of the skin or use 15 drops of essential oil in 50ml for massage.
Store in a cool, dark place