Nature’s Gift blends Comfrey, Plantain, Calendula, Echinacea Purpurea root, Olive Leaf, Yarrow, Coconut Oil, Beeswax, Diamataceous Earth, rosemary and Lavender essential oil for a nourishing, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and skin rejuvination support.
Comfrey-This herb is a favorite first aid remedy. It contains a compound called allantion, which when applied to the skin accelerates the healing of tissue and the closing of wounds.
Long used to heal wounds, the comfrey leaves and roots have been used to cure ailments ranging from stubborn leg ulcers to broken bones, and hence its common name of “boneset” or “knitbone”.
Comfrey has been in use for centuries, where references of its use dated back to early sixteenth century. Comfrey is traditionally used to treat wounds and bone fractures.
Comfrey is especially useful in the external treatment of cuts, bruises, sprains, sores, eczema, varicose veins, broken bones etc,
its very name, symphytum, from the Greek symphyo means to “make grow together”, referring to its traditional use of healing fractures. Comfrey relieves pain and inflammation caused by injuries and degeneration, especially the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Comfrey has appeared in the Materia Medica since the Middle Ages and some references to the plant date back as far as 50 AD. True to its Latin name, comfrey was applied externally as a poultice for bruises, sprains and fractures. It was taken internally for a variety of medical aliments ranging from broken bones and gastric ulcers to the treatment of female disorders.
Olive leaf was first used medicinally in ancient Egypt. This remedy has proven effectie in European hospitals for treatng MSRA naturally. Hungarian hospitals in particular are using olive leaf extract to fight MSRA infection in their patients.
Plantain leaf– The natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of plantain leaf makes it great for healing wounds, inching or pain associated with skin problems.
Yarrow leaf-Contains anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, making it a resourceful medicinal herb. Resins present in yarrow possess astringent properties, while the silica helps in repairing damaging or worn out tissue in the body. These properties in the yarrow possess astringent makes it a versatile remedy which when applied externally is useful in mending cuts and wounds, burns and ulcers as well as swollen and irritated(inflamed) skin.
Echinacea Purpurea-Echinacea purpurea is commonly referred to as the natural antibiotic and used to fight infection. Echinacea purpurea may also be used for reducing inflammation.
Rosemary– Rosemary oil has properties to kill bacteria, fungi and viruses on the skin which makes it ideal for using on minor wounds and burns, or on problem skin that is affected by dermatitis, acne, exzema or psoriasis. The oil helps stimulate cell renewal, promoting health healing.
Together these plants create a soothing, anticeptic, antibiotic repair formula for cuts, bites, stings, bruising and sore muscles.