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Comfrey Benefits and Uses for Skin, Hair and Health

By Stylishwalks @stylishwalks

Comfrey is a miracle plant and is full of various health benefits. It is found abundantly in the US and parts of Europe. This leafy herb grows well in sunlight as well as partially shades places. The roots and leaves of this plant have medicinal properties and you get them in the market. You also get them in the form of ointments.

Comfrey Benefits and Uses

Benefits of Comfrey for Skin:

Some of the ingredients present in comfrey help in preventing any damage to the skin and also promotes generation of new cells. Before you use it o your skin, make sure that your skin is not allergic to your skin.

Cleanses the skin:

The astringent properties of comfrey help in cleansing your skin. As a result, your skin is kept healthy and in good condition.

Cures skin:

If you have scars and burns on the skin, comfrey can help you heal them. It keeps your skin well moisturized and cures rough and damaged skin.

Provides moisturization:

If you suffer from dry or sensitive skin, comfrey is of great benefit. This is because it has the ability to keep your skin well moisturized. Because of its moisturizing properties it keeps the skin hydrated and thus helps in reducing cold sores. By applying herbal extract or herbal oil made from this plant, you can get rid of dry skin. You will start getting positive results only with regular use.

Reduces the appearance of wrinkles:

Comfrey contains tannins, which has anti-inflammatory and astringent properties. Tannins help in shrinking the pores of the skin. Allantoin has regenerative and healing properties and helps in locking the moisture on the skin. This helps in getting rid of dull and dry skin and providing you a bright and supple skin. It removes fine lines and other signs of aging from your skin, and keeps your skin young looking and glowing.

Removes blemishes:

Comfrey is very effective for getting rid of blemishes and dark spots on the skin. It can heal many of the problems of the skin because it is rich in allantoin.

Treats skin diseases:

Psoriasis, which is a skin disease that is characterized by itchy and red skin as well as scaly patches on the skin, can be treated with comfrey. Eczema can also be treated with this plant. Eczema is characterized by inflamed and rough skin, which causes blisters. Skin ulcers are also treated with this plant.

Benefits of Comfrey for Hair:

We all wish to have thick, healthy and lustrous hair. This helps in enhancing your beauty. Comfrey is very beneficial for keeping your hair healthy and strong.

Conditions hair:

Comfrey is a good conditioner and keeps your hair properly conditioned and healthy.

Potential ingredient in hair dying:

As we all know, chemical based hair dyes are very harmful for your hair and can cause damage to your hair with continued use. So, it is recommended that you use natural dyes that are enriched with comfrey. The healing properties of comfrey help in keeping your hair healthy and it also provides your hair with all the nourishments needed. It is also good for preventing dandruff.

Restores sheen to hair:

Comfrey has the ability to restore sheen to your hair and it also helps in adding more volume to your hair. Using comfrey leaf rinse helps in getting treating dandruff, dull hair and breaking of hair.

Health and Medicinal Benefits of Comfrey:

Comfrey is known for its medicinal properties and very beneficial for your health.

Arthritic pain:

Comfrey is excellent for getting you relief from inflammation and the pains due to injuries and degeneration, particularly the symptoms associated with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. You get creams and oils of comfrey which you can use to get rid of arthritic pain.

Bone fractures:

If you suffer from torn ligaments or fractured bones, applying comfrey oil can help in curing them.

Bruises and sprains:

If you suffer from sprains or have bruises on your skin, apply comfrey directly on the affected part and you will get relief.

Cures cough:

Comfrey is a good remedy for various respiratory problems as it is a natural expectorant. It is good for treating sore throat, cough and diseases of the gum. You can make mouth washes and gargles with this plant, which help in getting you relief form ulcers. The leaves of this plant have a soothing effect on the mucous membrane and this provides you relief from sore throat and cough. It is also good for treating diarrhea and to prevent cancer.

Diabetes:

Comfrey is very beneficial for treating diabetes and sinus. It balances the glucose and insulin levels in the body and helps in keeping diabetes under control.

Good for digestion:

The herbal concoction made with comfrey eases digestion and is also good for treating indigestion. Comfrey helps in increasing the production of digestive enzymes and also helps in making the process of digestion fast. It soothes the digestive tract and also prevents acidity and other digestive problems.

Reduces bleeding:

When there is bleeding of the nose or bleeding from cuts and bruises, comfrey is very effective. This is because it contains tannins, which have the power to constrict blood vessels and reduce bleeding.

Sinus problem:

By consuming warm comfrey tea you will get relief from sinus problems.

Nutritional Benefits of Comfrey:

Along with its medicinal properties, comfrey also has lots of nutritional values. It is rich in vitamins, minerals and a number of phytochemicals, which are excellent antioxidants. The roots and leaves of this plant are rich sources of allantoin and tannin, which are very effective for promoting the growth of new cells. Rosamarinic acid present in comfrey helps in the production phytochemicals.


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