Comfrey Oil Infused - Herbal Extracts

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Comfrey Oil Infused

Botanical Name: Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Symphytum officinale
Extraction Method: Macerated/ Infused in sunflower oil

 

Description: Comfrey is a plant that has been renowned for its healing properties for centuries. Comfrey promotes the growth of new skin cells and helps to increase the resilience of sensitive skin. This oil is produced by steeping Comrey in Sunflower oil for a period before removing the plant matter. 
Comfrey oil contains tannins, glycosides and is an excellent source of B12, so very appropriate in creams for vegetarians and vegans who are short of this essential vitamin. It also contains a vegetable protein and is cell proliferant, rebuilding damaged cells.

 

Colour: Clear to pale yellow viscous liquid
Aromatic Description: Very slight and characteristic
Common Uses: Comfrey is used externally to treat inflammation and stimulate wounds and bone fractures but should not be used on new deep cuts. It is an excellent treatment for round, damaged skin and can help skin regenerate after surgery, acne, psoriasis or eczema. Comfrey is used in creams. lotions and treatments for sports-related injuries helping to assist in healing torn muscles, ligaments, bruises, sprains and strains.
Consistency: Clear mobile liquid
Absorption: Absorbed relatively quickly
Ingredient List: Sunflower Oil, Comfrey Seed Oil
Shelf Life: Users can expect a shelf life of 24 months with proper storage conditions (cool, out of direct sunlight). Refrigeration after opening is recommended.

 

Cautions: Comfrey Infused oil should not be used for cooking.
Do not use Comfrey externally on new puncture wounds or deep cuts because the outer layers of skin will be stimulated by the comfrey to close and heal the outer layers of skin before there is time to drain and regenerate the deeper tissues.
WARNING: Comfrey should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding ladies or by people with historic or current liver problems.
Important Note: The information provided is for educational purposes only.