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Comfrey Fertilizer: Information About Comfrey Tea For Plants

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Comfrey is more than just an herb found in cottage gardens and seasoning blends. The large hairy leaves are an excellent source of the three macro-nutrients found in fertilizer. Learn more in this article.


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Brenda says

I use homemade clay toothpaste as well. It has coconut oil in it as well as a few essential oils. I can’t go back to regular toothpaste. …..it hurts! Glad to learn more about comfrey, didn’t know it could be used internally.

Alison says

I’m really excited to try these. Every time I go to the dentist for a checkup he tells me there’s a tiny cavity that “needs filling.” I can’t detect it so I’m not letting him touch it. I need to get back to my low sugar diet and stick to oil pulling religiously, and am really curious to try the comfrey. Thanks for the tips!

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