Comfrey Cream - 50 gram Tube
- Unique medicinal product
- Successfully used in clinical studies
- Only available from Nature’s Best
- Do not compare with other comfrey based creams
The active ingredient is a liquid extract of comfrey root (Symphytum officinale). The plants are harvested when they are three years old, to allow for them to have built up a sufficient concentration of the ‘active’ ingredients in their roots. A special process then ensures that these ‘actives’ are preserved and incorporated into the ointment.
What makes our cream truly different from other comfrey-based creams however, is its use in clinical studies, where it has been shown to successfully target joint pain. In fact, participants using the topical cream experienced a 95% reduction in pain when compared to other treatments.
The cream has a pleasant aroma and it leaves no trace once massaged into the affected area. Its easy application makes it the perfect choice for those ‘on the move’. The amount of cream required will depend on the size of the joint to be treated and how bad the symptoms are. However we recommend you always read the label, and the information leaflet which is included in the carton.
The Comfrey plant is a common plant found growing wild along verge sides in the UK and throughout Europe. It’s pretty purple/white flowers hang like bells. The root has been prized for centuries for its ‘active’ properties. So much so that it has been known by many names including ‘Knitbone’.
Please do ensure that you read the leaflet which accompanies Comfrey Cream as it's use is limited to a maximum of 21 days at a time.
As this product is licensed, it is a good idea to read the information leaflet to ensure that it is suitable and that you use it correctly.
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I am sorry to hear that Comfrey Cream was not suitable for you but I do hope your wife continues to find it useful. I have contacted you directly to discuss this further.