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Furzero™ Organic Comfrey Herbal Spray

Furzero™ Organic Comfrey Herbal Spray

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Furzero™ Organic Comfrey Herbal Spray

Furzero™ Organic Comfrey Herbal Spray

Regular price $31.97
Regular price $31.97 Sale price $79.99
SAVE 60% Sold out

Sports injuries, Accidents, Osteoarthritis, Back pain,Joint Discomfort, and Arthritis.
Reduces pain, Swelling, and Enhances mobility. 
Soothes tight muscles and inflamed skin.
Heals fractures, Sprains, and Bruises. 
Restores connective tissue, ligaments, and tendons.



The ingredients include Comfrey, Horsetail, Lanolin, Beeswax, Pine Pitch, Vitamin E, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Essential oils - Lavender, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Lemon, Sandalwood, Thieves, Frankincense, and Thyme.

This herbal spray is a one-of-a-kind natural formulation. Each batch is meticulously prepared, including several herbs harvested from the family's organic garden. Every jar contains wildcrafted herbs and essential oils sourced locally and responsibly, as well as local beeswax and a lot of love.

This herbal ointment is created from Comfrey, which includes rosmarinic acid, a powerful anti-inflammatory and pain reliever, as well as allantoin, which promotes new cell formation and tissue regeneration. Traditionally used to treat fractures, bruises, sprains, and inflammation.

Comfrey contains growth stimulants, so no matter where you apply it, it will promote quick healing. Its nickname is "knit bone" owing to its capacity to knit bone and repair tendons, ligaments, and tissues.

It is a great herb because it contains growth stimulants, anti-inflammatory characteristics that reduce inflammation, and serves as a lubricant, which is beneficial to bones.

St. John's Wort is included because it has relaxing anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal qualities.

Horsetail contains a high concentration of silica, which promotes skin and connective tissue repair.

The essential oils of eucalyptus and tea tree are included for muscle relaxation, congestion relief, antifungal, and immune-boosting effects.

Blended with extra virgin olive oil, which has been used for centuries to moisturize the skin, and pure beeswax to emulsion.


People either like or despise natural medicines. Most people have an almost implicit trust in conventional medicine. However, as it turns out, various antibiotics—which are regarded as the greatest drug ever discovered—are linked to 41% higher rates of Parkinson's disease, 40% higher risk of lung cancer, 40% higher risk of gastric cancer, 60% higher risk of rheumatoid arthritis, 23-56% higher risk of depression, and our #1 killer, heart disease. 

Since the skin is the biggest organ in your body, it makes a great substrate for effects that take effect quickly. The moment our ORGANIC HERBAL SPRAY gets absorbed into the skin, it begins to work. While oils must be absorbed inside, salves can be used topically for precise, targeted relief.


Q: I've heard hazardous effects from comfrey. Is using it safe?
Comfort: Advantages and Security
Because of its healing qualities, comfrey has been utilized in traditional medicine, particularly for skin disorders, wounds, and bone injuries. But it's crucial to understand that it might be harmful.

Safety Concerns

1. Alkaloids of Pyrrolizidine (PAs)

Toxicity: If consumed, the PAs found in comfrey can lead to cancer, veno-occlusive illness, and liver damage.

Regulation: It is not advised to consume comfrey internally (as in tea or supplements) because of these dangers. The FDA and most other health agencies warn against it.

2. Use of Topics

Precautions: PAs can still enter the body through the skin, but they are less dangerous when ingested. Do not apply comfrey to big areas or exposed wounds.

Moderation: To lower the risk of toxicity, limit use to brief times and small regions.

Safe Usage Guidelines

1. Speak with medical professionals

Before consuming comfrey, always get medical advice, especially if you are taking medication or have any underlying medical concerns.

2. Make Wise Product Selections

Observe directions and utilize items that are designated for topical use.

Though they could be tougher to find, take into consideration comfrey products that have been processed to remove PAs.

3. Moderate Use

Only apply comfrey to small areas; do not apply it to mucous membranes or broken skin.

Limit how long you use it for.

4. Keep an Eye Out for Response

If you get nausea, skin irritation, or other uncomfortable symptoms, stop using the product and see a doctor.


When applied topically and cautiously, comfrey can effectively relieve painful muscles, reduce inflammation, and aid in the healing of bruises and sprains. To reduce hazards, always abide by safety instructions and get advice from medical specialists before using.

Q : Can I take comfrey internally?
Traditionally, comfrey is applied topically rather than consumed. Because it contains pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs), which have the potential to be harmful to the liver, there are questions over its safety when taken internally. Unless comfrey is administered in a properly prepared, PA-free form for internal use under the supervision of a skilled healthcare expert, it is typically advised against eating it or using it in teas.

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