Comfrey Organic Live Roots
True / Common Comfrey
Russian Comfrey Bocking #4
Russian Comfrey Bocking #14
Symphytum Hidcote Blue Comfrey
comfrey root cuttings for planting.
For feed, fertilizer, health. Feed to chickens, turkey, geese, goats, sheep,
cattle, horses, rabbits and other livestock. Use to fertilize your garden
and farm. It is an ancient medicinal herb.
|Comfrey Book, Volume 1:
Botany and History of Comfrey,
Garden Uses of Comfrey
Taxonomy and Nomenclature of Comfrey, Borage Family- Symphytum Genus, Symphytum Species, Symphytum Species Classifications,
Symphytum Genus Description, Symphytum Species Overview, Details about Symphytum Species, Details about Symphytum Species Hybrids.
Prehistory and Ancient Times and Middle Ages, Renaissance and Comfrey: 1400s to 1600s,
Age of Enlightenment and Comfrey: 1700s, Age of Revolution and Comfrey: 1800s, The 1900s and Comfrey.
Garden Uses of Comfrey: Compost / Fertilize / Potting Mix, Growing Vegetables and Fruit with Comfrey Fertilizer, Nutritional Value of Comfrey.
"Best book on comfrey I've read so far! If you are interested in growing Comfrey, curious about it's history and all of the various species around the planet, this book is a necessity on your book shelf! You will not be disappointed.
I've been growing comfrey for almost 7 years now and I had no idea there was so much history and not to mention medicinal and practical uses.
This is a great reference book, so you can read at your leisure when or as you are growing this amazing plant.
You can tell the author spent years researching this plant while also having the experience of growing it to add to wealth of knowledge. Don't pass up this gem if you are interested in this plant!"
-Emerald Earth LLC, www.emeraldearthbotanicals.com
Book, Volume 2:
Medicinal and Food Uses for People and Livestock
Cultivation of Comfrey
Care of Comfrey Plant: Overview and How to Propagate
Planting, Soil, Fertilization, Water, Disease
Productivity and Farm Economics of Comfrey
Harvesting Comfrey Leaves
How to Get Rid of Unwanted Comfrey
Livestock and Comfrey
Comfrey as Food and Medicine for Livestock
Comfrey Meal, Pellets, Hay and Silage
Livestock / Pet Species and Comfrey
Comfrey as Medicine and Human Food
Medicinal Comfrey Overview
Medical Research about Comfrey and Healing
Personal / Clinical Observations of Healing
Comfrey Heals: Allantoin
Making and Using Comfrey Medicine
Warnings and Negative Reactions to Comfrey
Alkaloids in Comfrey
Some Uses of Comfrey are Restricted by Governments
Humans Eating Comfrey
Miscellaneous Uses of Comfrey
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