Potter's Herbals Comfrey Ointment for Minor Sprains and Bruises

I have always been prone to aches and sprains; probably has something to do with my bone structure. Ankles and elbows are two of the most affected joints. While resting and bracing up the joint helps it to heal, I also use ointments/creams to ease the pain and hasten the healing. I try to avoid taking painkillers for as long as I can, relying more on herbal applications. One such herbal ointment that I am currently using is the Potter's Herbals Comfrey Ointment.

Potter's Herbals Comfrey Ointment is a traditional herbal ointment for symptomatic relief from minor sprains and bruises. Simple and easy to use - clean the affected area and apply the ointment sparingly. The ointment is slightly on the thicker side and you need to gently rub it in. If you have applied excess product, then wipe it off with a tissue. The active ingredient in the ointment is liquid extract of Comfrey Root. Comfrey has been used traditionally for ages as a healing herb. It was used to treat bruises, cuts, sprains and even broken bones. There are loads of other benefits of Comfrey, you can look it up on Google. It is indeed one of the best healing herbs in nature.

The Comfrey Ointment that I have been using is to be used only for sprains and bruises. The ointment has a very mild herbal fragrance and is soothing on application. I had recently sprained my left elbow and was not able to bend/lift it upwards. Two continuous days - with one application of the Comfrey ointment daily and my elbow was back to normal. The Comfrey Ointment will henceforth be a must-have in my first-aid kit.

As with any medication, please read the leaflet provided with the product before using it. While I did not experience any side-effects, it may not be the same for all. So, read the ingredients list and precautions listed on the leaflet before using any product. You can purchase the Comfrey Ointment at Boots, Tesco, Sainsbury's or Holland & Barrett.

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