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Broadleaf Plantain Comfrey Another multi-purpose, easy-to-grow herb used for everything from arthritis to menstrual pain, comfrey is most commonly used topically nowadays.
Moisture Bomb, on the other hand, is better for dry skin and is said to provide a whopping 26 hours of moisture, thanks to comfrey leaf, a powerful hydrating agent.
My chronically aching back might require a comfrey balm or a salt soak, depending on the level of discomfort.
Wild senna adds nitrogen to the soil and attracts beneficial insects, comfrey brings up nutrients from deep soil and is medicinal for burns, and anise hyssop can be used for tea.
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