Comfrey Salve


Comfrey is from a Latin word meaning “to grow together” and has traditionally been used as a herbal remedy to knit bones and heal wounds. Comfrey Salve when applied topically to the skin is a valuable healing tool.

Comfrey is a treasured herb that has been found to work in the following ways:

  • Contact Healer (relieves pain & starts healing on contact)

  • Cell Proliferant (accelerates the healing process)

  • Reduces Inflammation

  • Increases Circulation

  • Acts as an Anti-fungal and Anti-bacterial compound

  • High in Calcium, Vitamin C, Carotene, B12 and chlorophyll

Comfrey has been found to cause cells to divide at an increased rate, thus healing bones and wounds more quickly. Comfrey salve can be applied to the skin for wounds, skin ulcers, joint inflammation, bruises, arthritis, swollen veins, gout, fractures and much more.

Our manufacturer has over 20 years formulating comfrey products and has created a very powerful Patent pending Proprietary formula.

Montana Herbal Comfrey Salve is the best on the market!


Comfrey Salve can be used topically to treat the following conditions:

wounds, sores, acne, athlete’s foot, bunions, bedsores, blisters, boils, skin ulcers, insect bites/stings, rashes, psoriasis, seborrhea, ringworm, sunburn, arthritis, fractures, sprains, inflammation, muscle injuries, varicose veins, blood circulation and much more.


Comfrey has natural anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties. It provides pain relief, softens skin and stimulates cell and tissue regeneration, helping to speed the healing process. It also helps to stimulate blood circulation and reduce swelling. In the case of wounds and skin ulcers, it can pull infection from the underlying tissue.


Proprietary formula containing Comfrey, Licorice Root, Extra Virgin Olive oil, Vitamin E oil and beeswax.


For aches and pains, apply a small amount to affected areas and massage, use as frequently as needed. If using on a wound or sore, apply 2 times per day and cover with a bandage after application.


Comfrey should only be used topically and never taken internally. Ingestion of Comfrey can cause liver damage