Comfrey Leaves

Symphytum officinale (LINN.)
Comfrey Leaves

Comfrey traditionally was used as a tea for upset stomach, ulcers, heavy menstrual periods, diarrhea, bloody urine, persistent cough, painful breathing (pleuritis), bronchitis, cancer, and chest pain (angina). It is also used as a gargle for gum disease and sore throat. Comfrey is applied to the skin for ulcers, wounds, joint inflammation, bruises, rheumatoid arthritis, swollen veins (phlebitis), gout, and fractures.


Actions: Anti-inflammatory, Astringent, Demulcent, Emollient, Expectorant, Haemostatic, Mucilage, Pectoral, Tonic, Vulnerary.

Usages: Internally- To encourage healing of bone and tissue. Good for respiratory conditions, arthritis, rheumatism, diarrhea and bleeding.

Externally- Wounds, sprains and as a poultice for boils and abscesses. Comfrey is an excellent herb to promote the healing of bone and tissue. For a fracture or severe injury that needs help to heal quickly there is no better herb. The healing qualities can help in repairing damage to lungs and the respiratory system when a horse "bleeds" or "bursts". Used correctly we believe Comfrey to be an excellent aid to healing.


Some herbs are restricted by sport regulators, and may be unsuitable for pregnant mares. Please be sure and speak with a medical professional before administering any form of herb into your pets diet.  We do not offer advise or dosages on herbs that we sell.