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3 root cuttings/crowns(plus extra), ready to produce good size plants COMFREY PLANT EVERY GOOD HOME SHOULD HAVE IN A GARDEN I am delighted to grow this wonderful plant in my garden and I would like to share it with you. We use this plant as a food. Fresh in salads, lightly steamed with the other greens like Swiss Chard and Kale. Make a green drinks and hot or cold tea with some mint. We use it in the Garden as a fertililizer, We feed our bunny even in the winter time with dry comfrey plant. We use it as a medicine and in home made ointments and hand lotions. Wonderful, wonderful plant Comfrey. For this auction I have two, fresh dig out root cuttings, ready to produce good size plants. The plant you see on the pictures is piece of root cuttings growing on my kitchen scraps mixed in the soil. This plant is only a few weeks old, and it is fantastic with huge leaves, from good size root cuttings. Dr. Christopher has very effective formula which is often used for burns and deep cuts. Dr. Christopher s Burn Paste formula can be used on the mildest to the most severe third-degree burns if used as instructed. Two equal parts of liquid (raw) honey and wheat germ oil blended with finely chopped or powdered, fresh or dried comfrey leaves or root. Mix in the comfrey until it is a heavy and spreadable paste. Apply a half-inch thick or more over the area. Cover it with gauze and bandage lightly. As the paste gets absorbed by the body add more on top of the original application careful not to remove any of the paste from the bandage. There is a famous story where Dr. Christopher(Ray) used this formula on a man who had his fingers ground off down to the third knuckle in an automobile accident. It took several weeks, but eventually all the fingers grew completely back, including the finger nails, and the man had full mobility of his fingers. BF C -- Bone, flesh and cartilage - formula has even been known to regenerate tissue. Ray s nephew was a passenger in a car accident, and although relatives held onto him so that he wasn t thrown from the car, he was dragged for some distance along the hot asphalt, and his small fingers were scraped to stubs as far as his first knuckles. Ray gave the child capsules of BF C and told the parents to mix the powder with honey and wheat germ oil. Within two months, the fingers had healed, complete with perfectly formed fingernails. When Ray next saw his nephew, the child ran toward him and threw his arms around him. "Look, Uncle Ray!" he shouted. "My fingers grew back!" In a similar story, a young woman came to Ray and said, "How do you like my fingers " He said he thought they were beautiful, clean, and well manicured. "Can you tell which finger was cut off " she asked him. He couldn t tell, even when he looked close. She told him her story: her finger had been amputated below the knuckle. She had used BF C, and the knuckle had regenerated. Gradually, all the bone and flesh filled in, and even the fingernail grew back perfectly formed. HERBS FOR BURNS (COMFREY, WHEAT GERM OIL, ETC.) One of Dr. Christopher s most dramatic cases of skin regeneration involved two ten- year-old boys who were playing with matches and gasoline, when the gas burst into flame. Both boys were severely burned. The surgeon at the hospital said that the hands would either have to be amputated at the wrist and iron claws attached to both arms, or the boys could endure several years of painful skin graft surgeries. After years of such surgery, the boys would have nothing better than mummified claws which could never move like fingers. One set of parents told the surgeon to begin operations; the other set of parents took their child to Dr. Christopher. He cringed at the badly scarred skin, tendons, muscles and nerves. He gave the parents a salve made of comfrey, honey, and wheat germ oil. He told the parents to keep a thick layer of this burn ointment on the area. Within a week, the parents took their son to see the surgeon, who was dumbfounded. The burns had healed from third-degree to first-degree. "What on earth have you been using " he asked. The parents just said, "An old-fashioned remedy." "Whatever it is, keep on using it. I don t think there s need for surgery now. I can t believe it. But these hands are going to heal without scar tissue." A year after the burn, the first boy remained in the hospital. The parents had invested hundreds of thousands of dollars on the surgery and skin grafting, but the boy ended up with stiff, unbending claws that the boy hid with gloves. The other boy, whose parents had applied the herbal salve, healed completely. The tendons, nerves, muscles and flesh were all renewed, with no scar tissue. Even the fingernails grew back. The family s total investment was less than twenty dollars for the herbal salve. Comfrey s official name is Symphytom officinalis. Some of its common names are: Comfrey, knitbone, healing herb, bruisewort, consound, blackwort, wallwort, gum plant, black root, slippery root, nipbone, knitback, yalluc. The therapeutic actions ofhttp://goodstuff4you.Atomic comfrey are: Demulcent (soothing; relieves inflammation), cell proliferant (promotes granulation and formation of epithelial cells responsible for mending and healing the body), pectoral (remedy for chest infections), astringent (causes contraction and arrests discharges), nutritive, tonic, expectorant (facilitates coughing), alterative (purifies the blood), vulnerary (medieval term for a plant used to heal battle wounds), mucilage (polysaccharides that have a slippery, mild taste and swell in water), and styptic (arrests bleeding). These therapeutic properties are the reasons why comfrey has been used both traditionally and presently for a broad spectrum of ailments. It has long been used for coughs because of its expectorant and mucilage properties. Comfrey is also used for ulcerated and inflamed lung conditions, bronchitis, hemorrhage, asthma (excessive expectoration), tuberculosis, pleurisy, pneumonia, inflamed stomach or bowels, ulcerated kidneys, soothes gravel in bloody urine, diarrhea, dysentery, bruises, sprains, swellings, fractures cancers, torn ligaments, ruptures, broken bones, cuts, gout, gangrene, heart problems, ulcerous wounds, hemoptysis, catarrh, scrofula, anemia, leukorrhea, female debility, boils, gum boils, sinusitis, burns, and insect bites. Throughout the centuries, many herbalists have written about this great herb s many medicinal qualities. Please read more about comfrey: motherearthnews/Organic-Gardening/1974-05-01/Plant-Multipurpose-Comfrey.aspx

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comfrey plant every good home should have a garden



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