TOP 5 WOUND HEALING HERBS
Stops bleeding and makes an excellent styptic. Yarrow styptic is also anti-inflammatory, pain relieving, antimicrobial, and wound healing
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, reduces the swelling and discomfort in wounds. Increases blood flow and oxygen supply to site to stimulate the regrowth of skin tissue at an increased rate of 40% compared to the body's natural healing functions.
Reduces swelling, relieves pain,
Ulcer healing property (when
taken internally), protective action on skin.
Contains ingredients such as naphtobacrones, flouroglusinol, flavonoids, bioflavonoids and phenylpropanoids that promote wound healing process, with their antifungal, anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties.
Contains active compounds - thought to be rosmaric acid, choline, and allantoin - that multiply collagen deposition and decrease cellular inflammation by a significant amount. While the herb should not be applied to open wounds - like cuts - or taken orally, a salve made of comfrey leaves is effective in speeding the healing of scar tissue, abrasions, and bruises.