Comfrey leaf – cut and dried
Also known as Salsify, Slippery Roor.
Comfrey has an impressive history as a wound healer. Also known as ‘Knitbone’
It is also well known in Herbalism for its health properties-it is high in Mucilage.
The leaves can be eaten raw or cooked and are a valuable source of Vitamin B12.
Comfrey Soup is an old ‘British’ dish and is delicious.
Comfrey also makes an excellnt herbal tea infusion.
Add a handful to your cooking for a subtle difference.