Comfrey in Water
Comfrey in Water

Water-based remedies include, teas, infusions, decoctions, poultices, compresses, soaks, baths, and fomentations.

Water extracts many important plant constituents including minerals, proteins, sugars, starches, polyphenols, volatiles, and vitamins. Some alkaloids are extracted by water, including allantoin and PAs.


Water-based remedies include, teas, infusions, decoctions, poultices, compresses, soaks, baths, and fomentations.


I use comfrey leaf internally and externally.

I use comfrey root externally only.


Comfrey Leaf Tea: steep 1-3 teaspoons of fresh or dried comfrey leaf in a cup of boiling water for 3-5 minutes. 

Add honey to increase soothing qualities.


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This excerpt is from The Comfrey Kitchen, at The Comfrey Conference. 


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