Symphytum


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Symphytum

genus in plant family Boraginaceae; contain pyrrolizidine alkaloids and can cause poisoning if eaten in large quantities. Include S. asperum (rough comfrey), S. officinale (comfrey), S. uplandicum (Russian comfrey).
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Andres P, Brenneisen R, Clerc JT (1989) Relating antiphlogistic efficacy of dermatics containing extracts of Symphytum officinale to chemical profiles.
Likewise, homeopaths use Symphytum (comfrey) for injuries to the bone, including fractures.
asperum) by the presence in the latter of the PA, echimidine, arguably the most toxic of Symphytum PA.
Some of the Major ingredient in skin toner includes water, butylene glycol, sophora angustifolia root extract, alcohol denat, betaine, hydrogenated castor oil, caprylyl glycol, mentha piperita (Peppermint) Leaf Extract, symphytum officinale leaf extract, sodium oleth-8 Phosphate, Poncirus trifoliata fruit extract, triethanolamine, polysorbate 80, disodium EDTA and fragrance.
Un enw Saesneg ar y cyfardwf ydi knitbone, ac mae'n tarddu o enw gwyddonol y planhigyn, sef Symphytum officinale.
Symphytum (consuelda) Traumatismos en tendones, ligamentos y periostio.
Symphytum - Comfrey with medicinal, culinary and economic uses.
This controlled trial looked at populations of rats to discover what influence, if any, Symphytum 6C had on improving the density of bone around recent titanium implants.