Comfrey Root

Comfrey Root

Uncover Hidden Herbs meanings

Comfrey is a perennial herb that originated in Europe and North America and grows in moist soil.

It is a member of the Borage family. It is also commonly known as Blackwort, Bruisewort, Knitbone, Slippery Root and Wallwort. It is of feminine gender and is associated with the powers of the planet Saturn and the element Water.

The Celtics would usually use Comfrey when calling on their gods Lir, Manannan Mac Lir and Aine. Comfrey. It is one of the ingredients in a herbal medicine first aid kit. Current studies have shown that the ingestion of Comfrey roots is unsafe and Comfrey roots are no longer used to treat stomach ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome or piles. Comfrey leaves are used to treat these alignments instead.

Comfrey root will:

  • Help with safe travel.
  • Safety on a journey.

Comfrey root is usually carried around in order to have safe travel. This is normally when one is away from the home because it is widely thought to be a powerful guardian of travelers. It is also used to ward off bad people. Place a root in a red mojo bag. After this anoint it with Van Van oil. Then carry the root around during traveling for protection. Place this in a mojo bag during travel so that you will find pleasant situations along the way, meet helpful friends and strangers and easily locate great food and nice hotels. Carry around a whole Comfrey root that has been dressed in Peaceful Home Oil (Happy Home Oil) to ensure that there is Peace in the Home and Faithfulness in the Marriage while the traveler is away and when he or she comes back home.

Although Comfrey root is best known for its protective power during travel, it also has protective qualities while at home. Mixed with ground Pomegranate Seeds, Blood Meal, dried Rhubarb Leaf and a chalice of water and boil. Pour over the gravesite of a ghost you want to banish. Comfrey can be use to relate to matters concerning Saturn, such as endings, exorcism, longevity, protection, purification and vision.

By Florance Saul
Aug 29, 2012