Comfrey’s reputation as a wound healer is reflected in the etymology of its name. Interestingly, #comfrey comes from the Latin conferva, which means to “grow or boil together.” Symphytum, which means “come together,” also offers insight into comfrey’s efficacy as a wound healer. We use comfrey to treat sprains, swellings, and bruises, as well as boils, abscesses and gangrenous ulcers.
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Medicinally, violet is a gentle but potent remedy. It is classified as an alterative (or "blood purifier"), which means it helps the body restore optimal functioning by aiding metabolic processes, especially the elimination of waste products. Violet stimulates the lymphatic glands, helping the body get rid of bacteria and other toxins. It is especially useful for swollen glands. Over time, violet can help clear stubborn problems like eczema, psoriasis, and acne. Taking Violet after a long…
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SECONDARY RESEARCH: There is a simple meaning behind this simple logo, breaking away and finding freedom. This story is told through the 'm', the top is broken, above the broken part is shown as a bird flying away. Clever and simple design.
Drugs are so taboo, people are ignorant of the positive effects they can have. Of course there are negatives too, but that doesn't mean just because a substance is labelled a 'Drug' it's automatically bad. Weed is a plant. Do your research!