Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) is sometimes used on the skin to treat wounds and reduce inflammation from sprains and broken bones.
Photographs of this herb.
College of Agricultural Sciences
Features a complete description from historical and biological points of view.
Comfrey - Information and Recommended Uses
Diagnose Me - Comfrey
Herbazest - Comfrey
An in-depth explanation on comfrey's active ingredients, medicinal applications, and growing information.
Loyola Medicine: Comfrey
Factsheet including warnings, side effects and interactions.
NewCROP - Symphytum officinale
Brief article focused on the habitat and parts used of this herb.
Sloan-Kettering - Comfrey
Includes information on uses, constituents and mechanism of action.
University of Maryland Medical Center
Provides an overview, precautions, and possible interactions. Supporting research is also available.
Presents comfrey's medicinal use, cultivation, and a proper description.
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