The healing properties of comfrey

Comfrey is a potent anti-inflammatory wound healing herb. Both the root & the leaves are used for external poultice for wounds, sores, rashes, burns, fractures, & insect bites. 

Comfrey salves have been used for hundreds of years with great results for these skin issues. This herb speeds the healing process & promotes growth of new skin cells. 

Note: Do not ingest comfrey internally, as it can potentially cause internal issues. However, using this herb externally is very healing & perfectly safe. 

What you’ll need: 

Tins or jars 

1 cup comfrey infused oil

1 ounce beeswax

1 ounce refined shea butter 


If you don’t have comfrey infused oil, you will have to make your own by filling a jar about 1/2 full of dried comfrey & fill the rest of the jar with a carrier oil of choice.

Let the oil infuse in a cool, dark place for 4-6 weeks (or longer).

Strain out comfrey leaves & you have comfrey infused oil. 

Use a double boiler (or a makeshift one with another pot) & simmer about 2 inches of water.

Put the comfrey oil & beeswax into the bowl until it completely dissolves, stirring occasionally. 

Add the shea butter & stir until dissolved. 

Carefully pour mixture into small jars or tins & let sit until the salve cools & sets completely. 

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