A member of the Borage family, comfrey leaf has been used for thousands of years. It has large, rough leaves with tiny surface hairs, making them hard to dry quickly without spoiling. Allantoin, a constituent in comfrey, makes the leaves a useful emollient in lotions, creams and hair rinses. The plant is native to Europe and Asia and has been widely cultivated.
- Non Irradiated
Botanical Name Symphytum officinale Common Name Comfrey Leaf Country of Origin Bulgaria Cut Cut & Sifted Package Type Bulk Bag Plant Part Leaf Size 1 lb
For external use only. Do not apply to broken or abraded skin. Not to be used during pregnancy or while nursing. Not recommended for long term use.