Comfrey is high in Vitamins A and C. It is also rich in the minerals calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium sulphur, copper and zinc. And it also contains protein and 18 amino acids, especially the amino acid hysine which is usually lacking in diets of people who do not ingest animal products.
Comfrey is a very well-known herb in botany. It has been used for many years to heal wounds. It influences the pituitary gland and helps to build strong bones. Comfrey also helps in the calcium-phosphorus balance and in the digestive processes by promoting the secretion of pepsin.
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Leaves and roots
Comfrey has been helpful for allergies, anemia, arthritic conditions, asthma, bladder dysfunction, boils, bruises, burns, inflammatory processes, colds, colon problems, lung problems, skin disorders and swelling.
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