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 Homeopathy for Health
Symphytum is also known as boneknit, an important remedy for fractures, hairline fractures and breaks wherever the broken bone is located.
Symphytum soothing qualities includes benefits with gastric and intestinal ulcers, injuries to tendons, pain in the joints, neuralgia of the knee.
Symphytum is also used for rashes whether due to irritation, allergies, hives, dryness, etc. Symphytum may also go under the names Symphytum Off, Symphytum Officinalis.
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Symphytum is an excellent remedy in the treatment of chronic and varicose ulcers, and it has been used topically with some success in the treatment of psoriasis (allantoin promotes keratin dispersal).
The mucilage also ensures Symphytum's usefulness as a bulk laxative and as a soothing remedy for the lower gut, and this may in turn operate by reflex to account for its usefulness in excessive menstrual bleeding, haematuria, and urinary spasm.
Symphytum has been used with success in cases of bronchitis and irritable cough, where it soothes and reduces irritation whilst helping expectoration.
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 Materia Medica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Chemotaxonomic studies have indicated echimidine is often not found in Symphytum officinale and when it is, the PA is in low levels.
It is a significant component of Symphytum asperum, and S.asperum’ s hybridization with S. officinale such as S.uplandicum (Russian comfrey).
Proper identification of Symphytum species, is very important if you are planning to use it.
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 * Symphytum - (Plants): Definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Symphytum asperum Lepechin more commonly known as prickly comfrey can be referenced under the symbol SYAS.The botany heiarchy of the prickly comfrey is classified within group Dicot of the Boraginaceae family...
Tuberous Comfrey (Symphytum tuberosum) is a large-leaf borage which spreads via rhizomes from its initial clump.
The European species (Symphytum officinale) was once used to make ointment for treating wounds and various ailments, and is still sometimes used as a poultice which is applied to the skin to treat inflammation...
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 Symphytum by Weleda, Homeopathic Medicines ,UK
Symphytum by Weleda, Homeopathic Medicines,UK Symphytum by Weleda
Symphytum for bone fractures; bone injuries; symptomatic relief of rheumatic and arthritic conditions resulting from broken bones.
symphytum officinale 6C homoeopathic potency in 100mg lactose/sucrose tablets (PL 0298/6498).
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 The Analyst - Internet Health Report: Treatment: Comfrey (Symphytum officionale)
The wound-healing properties of comfrey are partially due to the presence of allantoin, which stimulates cell proliferation and augments wound healing.
On July 6, 2001 the FDA issued a letter to communicate their concern about the marketing of dietary supplements that contain the herbal ingredient comfrey - Symphytum officionale (common comfrey), S. asperum (prickly comfrey), and S. x uplandicum (Russian comfrey).
Although there was no evidence for liver damage in a group of people who regularly consumed comfrey, there are a number of case reports that implicate consumption of comfrey in the development of liver disease.
www.digitalnaturopath.com /treat/T363969.html   (559 words)

 Comfrey - Resources from the U.S. Government   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Symphytum genus: Prickly comfrey or Rough comfrey [Symphytum asperum Lepechin][SYMAS][CDFA list: B] Photographs.
: Studies on Symphytum officinale (comfrey) and pulegone, a chemical found in Mentha pulegium (pennyroyal), are being planned, and investigators are currently...
Botanical Supplements: Weeding Out the Health Risks: Among the substances studied were the alkaloids in comfrey (Symphytum officinale), an herb used by the ancient Greeks to stop bleeding and heal wounds.
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 Plant Profile for Symphytum officinale (common comfrey)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Symphytum officinale L. See county distributions for the following states by clicking on them below or on the map.
Symphytum officinale L. This plant is introduced to the United States from another country or countries.
Symphytum officinale L. View species account from ARS Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN).
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 botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Comfrey - Herb Profile and Information
The creamy yellow-flowered form is stated by Hooker to be Symphytum officinale proper, and the purple flowered he considered a variety and named it S.
Formerly country people cultivated Comfrey in their gardens for its virtue in wound healing, and the many local names of the plant testify to its long reputation as a vulnerary herb - in the Middle Ages it was a famous remedy for broken bones.
The very name, Comfrey, is a corruption of con firma, in allusion to the uniting of bones it was thought to effect, and the botanical name, Symphytum, is derived from the Greek symphyo (to unite).
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Eight pyrrolizidine alkaloids were indentified in leaves of Symphytum uplandicum.
Counter-current chromatography purification of pyrrolizidine alkaloids from Symphytum, Amsinckia, Trichodesma & Senecio Copper 1996
Aqueous extract of roots of Symphytum officinale and Cantastim initially activated the respiratory burst of macrophages and later inhibited it, activating the synthesis of catalase, SOD etc Dolganiuc 1997
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 Hmedicine.com - Washington Symphytum Ointment 4 oz | Homeopathic Medicine | Washington
Hmedicine.com - Washington Symphytum Ointment 4 oz
This ointment soothes your wounds and fractures, external ulcers, and bone knitting.
Symphytum in a base of 50% lanolin and 50% petroleum.
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 Pankaj Oudhia - Articles Online
Hypericum, Symphytum, Staphisagria, Ledum, Anacardium, Aristolochia, Ruta, Arnica Mont., Calendula, Allium Cepa, Rhus Tox.., Calcarea phos., Paeonia, Bellis Perennis, Crocus.
Arnica, Rhus Tox., Calendula, Augustura, Hypericum, Symphytum, Staphisagria, Ferrum phos., Ledum., Bellis perennis, Ruta, Calcarea phos.
Vet., Cicuta, Ledum, Conium, Symphytum, Hepar, Silicea, Ferrum phos., Verbena, Amon Mur, Augustura.
botanical.com /site/column_poudhia/publish/journal.cgi?...&next=11417   (503 words)

 Dried Herbs C (by common name)
Comfrey Leaf (Symphytum officinale) 250g - Organically Grown
Comfrey Leaf (Symphytum officinale) 500g - Organically Grown
Comfrey Leaf (Symphytum officinale) 1kg - Organically Grown
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 World Herbal Skin Support Supplies - Care About Health   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Organic (Symphytum officinale) Comfrey Leaf Powder (Symphytum officinale) Comfrey Leaf Powder Cert.
Organic (Symphytum officinale) Comfrey Root C/S (Symphytum officinale) Comfrey Root C/S Cert.
Organic (Symphytum officinale) Comfrey Root Powder (Symphytum officinale) Comfrey Root Powder Cert.
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 Weleda New Zealand | Australia - Products - Arnica/Symphytum Comp.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Ruta graveolens for bruising and injuries to cartilage, tendons, bones and tissues
Symphytum s more familiar name is Comfrey, but it was traditionally coined 'Knitbone' because of its action.
Contains equal parts of: Allium cepa 3x; Arnica 3x; Ruta graveolens 3x; Symphytum, decoct.
www.weleda.co.nz /products/3206.cfm   (229 words)

 Symphytum asperum x officinale (S. x uplandicum) :: Flora of Northern Ireland web site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
This is the hybrid between Symphytum officinale, native to the British Isles and S.
The poorly developed stem wing is one of the characters that distinguishes it from S.
All names: Symphytum asperum x officinale (S. x uplandicum) Nyman; Symphytum x uplandicum Nyman; Symphytum asperum x officinale; Symphytum peregrinum auct.; Symphytum lilacinum auct.; Symphytum densiflorum auct.; Symphytum caeruleum auct.
www.habitas.org.uk /flora/species.asp?item=3988   (158 words)

 Symphytum - compare prices, reviews and buy at NexTag - Price - Review
Boericke and Tafel Symphytum officinale 30X / 100
Boericke and Tafel Symphytum officinale 30C / 100
Botanical Name: Symphytum officinale Plant Part Extracted: Fresh Root Contains: Grain alcohol, distilled water & Comfrey extractives.
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 Symphytum - HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES: AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE Presented by Médi-T   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Ass Ear, Blackwort, Boneset, Borraja, Bourrache, Bruisewort, Buyuk Karakafesotu, Comfrey, Comfry, Common Comfrey, Consolida, Consoude, Consound, Consuelda, Gum Plant, Healing Herb, Hirehari-So, Knitback, Knitbone, Liane Chique, Slippery Root, Yalluc, Bone-set, Symphytum Officinale ssp.
The glutinous juice of the root seems, according to Gerarde, to have given the key to its action as a vulnerary.
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 Symphytum officinale :: Flora of Northern Ireland web site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
A tall, rank, bristly herbaceous perennial, with pale cream or purple, tubular flowers and a wing running down the stem below each leaf base.
This and the similar Symphytum x uplandicum are Northern Ireland's two commonest comfreys, found on river banks, roadsides and waste ground.
All names: Symphytum officinale L. © National Museums and Galleries of Northern Ireland and Environment and Heritage Service, 2000-2004
www.habitas.org.uk /flora/species.asp?item=3984   (98 words)

 COMFREY (Symphytum officinale) - TOPICAL side effects, medical uses, and drug interactions.
COMFREY (Symphytum officinale) - TOPICAL side effects, medical uses, and drug interactions.
USES: Comfrey (both the above-ground plant and the roots) has been used on the skin for the relief of swelling (inflammatory disorders such as bruises, sprains, pulled muscles or ligaments).
Read 4 more comfrey (Symphytum officinale)-topical related articles...
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Symphytum Officinale 30x(100 tablets) (Mfr: Boericke and Tafel)
Symphytum Officinale 6x (100 tablets) (Mfr: Boericke and Tafel)
We recommend in all cases that you consult with a trusted health care professional before taking any nutritional supplements or discontinuing any medication.
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 White Flower Farm: Perennials, garden plants, Roses, shrubs, vines, trees
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Symphytum is a small genus of several dozen species in the same family as more familiar garden perennials such as Mertensia and Pulmonaria.
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 Comfrey for Sunnybank Brisbane Queensland Australia
Comfrey (symphytum officinale, L) Comfrey- Symphtum officinale syn.
Den virtuella floran: Symphytum officinale L. - Äkta vallört
Symphytum Officinale L. Symphytum Officinale L. Symphytum Officinale Remedy information and shop
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 Symphytum officinale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Symphytum officinale is a coarse perennial, growing to around 3', with hairy stems and large pointed leaves joining the winged stem.
The flowers are in shades of purple, in curving spikes.
If in doubt, consult a doctor or other competent adviser.
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 Herbal Encyclopedia - C
Wear it, add it to incense, adn use it to commune with the Gods and Goddesses.
COMFREY: (Symphytum officonale) Also known as Slippery Root, Knitbone or Blackwort.
Teas, tinctures and compresses of comfrey roots or leaves speed healing of cuts, rashes, and broken bones.
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 Homeopathic Remedy Symphytum
Use of our encyclopedia will enable you to make well-informed, responsible decisions for the promotion of your own health and wellness.
The following is a list of health concerns for which Symphytum is listed as a homeopathic remedy.
Refer to the individual concerns for more information.
www.truestarhealth.com /Notes/2382000.html   (180 words)

 Comfrey -- Symphytum peregrinum L.
Comfrey -- Symphytum peregrinum L. Comfrey -- Symphytum peregrinum L. James M. Stephens
Cultivated comfrey is also called Russian comfrey, healing herb, flwort, bruisewort, wallwort, and gum plant.
Permission is granted to others to use these materials in part or in full for educational purposes, provided that full credit is given to the UF/IFAS, citing the publication, its source, and date of publication.
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 Symphytum Officinale - Homeopathic Remedies
The following are the strongest indications of Symphytum Officinale for its use in homeopathy.
To purchase Symphytum Officinale and other homeopathic remedies online, please click the button above.
Please remember though, this homeopathy materia medica is provided for information only; it is not intended as a substitute for medical advice, nor as a claim for the effectiveness of Symphytum Officinale in treating any of the symptoms below.
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 Plant Profile for Symphytum asperum (prickly comfrey)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
See county distributions for the following states by clicking on them below or on the map.
View 40 genera in Boraginaceae, 4 species in Symphytum
Click on a scientific name below to expand it in the PLANTS Classification Report.
plants.usda.gov /cgi_bin/plant_profile.cgi?symbol=SYAS   (412 words)

 Comfrey- Symphytum officinale
INTERNAL: Precautions must be made in taking this herb internally as there have been cases of pyrrolizidine alkaloid poisoning; however it might not be Symphytum officinale that is the real cause, but Symphytum uplandicum (S.
In the United States, both are sold in stores as the same thing so you don't know for sure which one you're getting.
Studies have also been done and now the young leaves of Symphytum officinale have been found to contain this alkaloid, however there is also some discussion that S.
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