Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) is sometimes used on the skin to treat wounds and reduce inflammation from sprains and broken bones.
Calphotos: Comfrey
Photographs of this herb.
College of Agricultural Sciences
Features a complete description from historical and biological points of view.
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.
Wikipedia: Comfrey
Presents comfrey's medicinal use, cultivation, and a proper description.
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