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Comfrey Poultice



Posted by Maryelle (Sacramento) on 04/01/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I used a comfrey poultice on my dtrs broken toe and her surgeon said she couldn't believe how fast it healed.


Comfrey Poultice
Posted by Carol (OKC, U. S. A.) on 04/15/2007
5 out of 5 stars

...Comfrey compresses healed not only the deep bruising (in 3 days), resulting from a stubbed, broken toe but also, bone -- after all, the common name for comfrey is "knit bone". Raspberry tea healed my indigestion after I was forced to eat "junk food" for 3 days whilst staying with my husband's cousin.


Comfrey Poultice
Posted by Ann (Union County, NJ) on 03/03/2007
5 out of 5 stars

I fractured my right fifth metacarpal the beginning of this month. I saw the orthopaedist and he set it with a cast. I used a tincture of comfrey acquired from the local healthfood store. I applied with a q-tip under the cast at the site of the fracture once or twice a day. I went back to the doc for my followup visit two weeks and two days after the injury, the doc kept asking, three times, "When did this injury had occur?" He could not believe how fast it had healed, he left the cast off and now I have a soft splint. Now I apply the comfrey tincture on a bandaid and leave it on overnight. I hope to be splint free when I go for my next two week checkup. Not bad for a 58 year old female.


Comfrey Poultice
Posted by Donna (Ukaih, California) on 03/12/2002
5 out of 5 stars

I used a comfrey poultice on my granddaughter's arm and it healed so rapidly, the doctor was amazed. My 90 yr old mom just broke her arm and I'm using a comfrey compress. I'm told it will take 3 months or more for it to heal, so we'll see, but I have faith that it will heal much faster!!!