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Comfrey Root Powder-1LB Organic (SKU: 209230-51)Comfrey Root Powder-1LB  Organic (SKU: 209230-51)Description: 1 lb. of Organic Comfrey Root Powder

Common Names: Slippery root, knitbone, blackwort, bruisewort, healing herb
Are you looking for a natural hernia repair,
hiatal hernia, inguinal hernia, or spinal disc repair?
Golden Illumination has a solution: Organic Comfrey Powder
Organic Ground Comfrey Root Powder

Organic Ground Comfrey Root Powder

Organic Ground Comfrey Powder

~Organic Ground Comfrey Root Powder:
Helps to repair arthritis, muscle damage, bone fractures, 
joint damage, hernias, sprains, bulging disc, ligament damage and bruises~

Use Organic Ground Comfrey Root Powder to make your own poultices. 
BALTIMORE, May 24, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Comfrey gets right down to the root of the problem. It does not seem to matter much which part of the body is broken, comfrey will help to heal it. It is a great cell proliferant, or new cell grower, it grows new flesh and bone alike, and is wonderful for inflamed tissues in a most remarkable manner. The damaged tissues are replaced with new growth and the pain and inflammation slowly subsides. Feel quick results for minor sprains and strains, while more severe injury and damage such as degenerative disc or bone damage takes more time. 

Comfrey root contains the active constituents called allantoin, rosmaric acid and mucilage, which provide the herb's anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects. Rosmaric acid in particular may help to prevent pulmonary vascular injuries as well, says the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Unfortunately, comfrey root also contains large amounts of pyrrolizidine alkaloids, which are toxic and can cause liver damage if taken internally. This is why comfrey root powder isn't recommended for internal remedies.

Comfrey poultice treats the following:

  • Arthritis
  • Sprains
  • Hernias
  • Bulging disc
  • Muscular sprains
  • Ligament damage
  • Bone Fractures
  • Joint Damage
  • Muscular pains
  • Minor Burns, Cuts and Bruises
​Initially, the Comfrey poultice will begin to help remove wastes, dead cells and inflammation from the area being treated. Then the Comfrey poultice helps to regenerates the area it is applied.

People with damaged muscles, tissues, ligament, etc., can receive relief whenever there is a need. Naturally give the body what it needs and it will do the healing for you.
 Discuss this application method with your doctor first. 

For external use only. Apply topically to help remove pain from damaged muscles, tissues, ligament, joints, and bones, etc. Wear for a minimum of 4 hours to rebuild damaged tissue.

Modern Uses Today:
You may use topical poultices containing comfrey root extract for many of the same traditional purposes. You might use topical comfrey root remedies to treat back pain, sprains and strains, bone fractures, bruises, varicose veins, conjunctivitis, skin ulcers and minor wounds. Although these are the proposed uses for comfrey root extract, you can speak to your health care provider before using comfrey herbal remedies. 

Place 1 heaping Tablespoon of Comfrey Powder in bowl
Add purified water making a thick paste blending the water to dissolve the Comfrey...about 3-6 Tablespoons (maybe more) forms into a brownie batter consistency
Take a Sterile Gauze Pad size 3 inches  x 3 inches (purchase at Walgreens, CVS 30 pads to a package) and tape all 4 sides with Extra Strength Cloth Tape, (purchase at Walgreens or CVS).
This tape will keep the poultice sticking to the area and not bother skin
Take a  Large Band-Aid 2 7/8 inches x 4 inches...(purchase at Walgreens, CVS 10  to a package) and stick on to top of Sterile Gauze Pad. This step keeps the Comfrey Poultice from leaking through Sterile Gauze Pad
Place Comfrey spread over the bottom  of the Sterile Gauze Pad 
If Comfrey is dry add a few drops of purifed water to paste on the Large Band-Aid
Place all the above on the hernia area that needs the Comfrey Poultice
Continue this procedure everyday until inflammation, swelling, and discomfort is gone. The Comfrey Poultice can be left in place for 8-24 hours. 

Treat Naturally All Types of Hernias and Bulging Disc With Natural Organic Ground Comfrey Powder

Descriptions: Hernia and Bulging Disc

What is a hernia?
A hernia is a bulge of intestine, another organ, or fat through the muscles of the belly. A hernia can occur when there is weakness in the muscle wall that allows part of an internal organ to push through.

It is possible you may have a hernia if you can feel a soft lump in your belly, groin or in a scar where you had surgery in the past. The lump may go away when you press on it or lie down. It may be painful, especially when you cough, bend over, or lift something heavy.

Inguinal hernia: An inguinal hernia (pronounced "IN-gwuh-nul HER-nee-uh") occurs when tissues push through a weak spot in the groin muscle. 

Femoral hernia: A femoral hernia (pronounced "FEH-muh-rull HER-nee-uh") occurs when tissue bulges from the lower belly into the upper thigh, just below the groin crease. Femoral hernias occur more often in women than in men.

Umbilical hernia: An umbilical hernia occurs when intestine, fat, or fluid pushes through a weak spot in the belly. This causes a bulge near the belly button, or navel. 

Epigastric hernia: An epigastric hernia (pronounced "eh-pih-GAS-trik HER-nee-uh") occurs when fat pushes through a weak part of the belly wall. It occurs in the middle of the belly between the breastbone and the belly button, or navel. Most of the time, these hernias are small. You can have more than one at a time. 

Hiatal hernia: A hiatal hernia (pronounced "hi-AY-tul HER-nee-uh") is different from other types of hernias, because it involves the stomach instead of the intestine. It occurs when part of your stomach bulges up through your diaphragm and into your chest. The diaphragm is a sheet of muscle that separates your belly from your chest. You can't feel a hiatal hernia or see a bulge.

Organic Ground Comfrey Root Powder addresses the root of the problem. 
It is a great cell proliferant, a new cell grower, and grows new flesh and bone alike. Comfrey is wonderful for treating inflamed tissues in a most remarkable manner.


Many patients with back pain, leg pain, or weakness of the lower extremity muscles are diagnosed with a herniated disc. When a disc herniation occurs, the cushion that sits between the spinal vertebra is pushed outside its normal position. The spinal nerves that are very close to the edge of these spinal discs cause the herniated disc to be a problem.

What is the spinal disc? The spinal disc is a soft cushion that sits between each vertabrae of the spine. This spinal disc becomes more rigid with age. In a young individual, the disc is soft and elastic, but like so many other structures in the body, the disc gradually looses its elasticity and is more vulnerable to injury. In fact, even in individuals as young as 30, MRIs show evidence of disc deterioration in about 30% of people.

What happens with a 'herniated disc'? As the spinal disc becomes less elastic, it can rupture. This then causes a portion of the spinal disc to push outside its normal boundary--this is called a herniated disc. When a herniated disc bulges out from between the vertebrae, the spinal nerves and spinal cord can become pinched. There is normally a little extra space around the spinal cord and spinal nerves, but if enough of the herniated disc is pushed out of place, then these structures may be compressed.

What causes symptoms of a herniated disc?
When the herniated disc ruptures and pushes out, nerves may become pinched.
 A herniated disc may occur suddenly in an event such as a fall or an accident. It may occur gradually with repetitive straining of the spine. Often people who experience a herniated disc already have spinal stenosis, a problem that causes narrowing of the space around the spinal cord and spinal nerves. When a herniated disc occurs, the space for the nerves is further diminished, and irritation of the nerve results.

Symptoms of a herniated disc?
When the spinal cord or spinal nerves become compressed, they don't work properly. This means that abnormal signals may get passed from the compressed nerves, or signals may not get passed at all. Common symptoms of a herniated disc include:

Electric Shock Pain Pressure on the nerve can cause abnormal sensations, commonly experienced as electric shock pains. When the compression occurs in the cervical (neck) region, the shocks go down the arms. When the compression is in the lumbar (low back) region, shocks are felt down the legs.

  • Tingling & Numbness
    Patients often have abnormal sensations such as tingling, numbness, or pins and needles. These symptoms may be experienced in the same region as painful electric shock sensations.
  • Muscle Weakness
    Because of the nerve irritation, signals from the brain may be interrupted causing muscle weakness. Nerve irritation can also be tested by examining reflexes.
Bowel or Bladder Problems: 
These symptoms are important because it may be a sign of cauda equina syndrome, a possible condition resulting from a herniated disc. This is a medical emergency, and your should see your doctor immediately if you have problems urinating, having bowel movements, or if you have numbness around your genitals.
The irritation of the nerve from the herniated disc can cause these 
 Interference can occur with the pathways, by which signals are sent from your brain and out to your extremities, and again back to the brain. All of these symptoms can be simply caused by a herniated disc pressing against the nerves.


Comfrey gets right down to the root of the problem. It is a great cell proliferant, or new cell grower, it grows new flesh and bone alike, and is wonderful for healing the inflamed tissues in a most remarkable manner.


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