Joint and Muscle oil.
It has been used in medicine for centuries, mainly for problems with bone
tissue – it effectively supports the treatment of diseases of the spine, hip
joint, knees, rheumatic pains and sciatica.
It warms up strongly and the active compounds go deep. It contains, among
others, allantoin, which stimulates tissue regeneration, tannins, mucous
substances, polyphenols, auxins – a hormone that easily creates new tissue
and quickly heals wounds.
Analgesic qualities in herbs, the organic compounds and antioxidants work
nicely for aches and pains.
In a similar way as the analgesic qualities, the various organic compounds,
like saponins and tannins, also serve as anti-inflammatory components. It is
beneficial when you suffer from arthritis, gout, or other inflammatory
Better Bone Growth
One of this herbal remedy’s nickname is knit-bone because it can help speed
up the healing process for broken bones, as well as other injuries. It is also
rich in calcium, which is a key ingredient in bone growth. The unique
combination of organic compounds found in comfrey can stimulate the
regrowth of bone minerals, by facilitating more efficient uptake and use of
these minerals within the body.
If you are suffering from anything from a spider bite to a bad case of eczema,
comfrey can help alleviate the symptoms and reduce irritation. A combination
of vitamin C, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory compounds makes this the
perfect solution for skin irritations of all kinds, from psoriasis to acne.
Oil can be used:
• Rheumatic pain
• Muscle cramps,
• Sciatica, decreased flexibility.
• Neuralgia, inflammation of the nerve roots,
• Reduces swelling, reducing redness, itching,
• To soothe bruises, sprains, straining tendons.
• Joint regeneration,
• Bursitis of the knee, cold pains
• Regeneration of muscles and skin,
• Treatment of scars and varicose veins
Ingredients: Brassica Campestris seed oil , Symphytum officinale root
extracy, Sideritis Scandica flower/lefe/stem extract.