Although most view comfrey as unsafe to ingest internally, it has a longstanding reputation as a therapeutic herb. Historically, it was said to have bone- and tooth-building properties, and was used to treat ailments such as bronchitis, broken bones, sprains, arthritis, and other aches.
Mountain Daisy (Arnica)
Arnica Montana has been used as an herbal medicine for centuries. Due to its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, it can be applied topically to treat symptoms of osteoarthritis, bruising, and swelling.
Meadowfoam oil is an excellent moisturizer and is used in many natural skincare lines to hydrate and rejuvenate skin. With its gentle and restorative properties, it is a wonderful choice for those with dry, sensitive, or damaged skin.
Oil made from ginger is thought to relieve pain, and some people apply ginger juice directly to burns and wounds.