Ingredients: White Oak bark , Comfrey*, Marshmallow, Mullein, Black Walnut, Gravel root, Wormwood, Lobelia & Scullcap. Labeled for external use due to Comfrey*
For use as fomentations & poultice - for external use only.
To make a fomentation: Soak the herbs in distilled water (at the rate of one ounce of combined herbs to a pint of distilled water), then soaking four to six hours, simmer thirty minutes, strain and then simmer the liquid down to 1/2 its volume and add 1/4 vegetable glycerine (if desired). Example: One gallon of tea simmered (not boiled) down to two quarts and add one pint of glycerine. Soak flannel, cotton, or any white material other than synthetics--never use synthetics. Wrap the fomentation (soaked cloth) around the malfunctioning area and cover with plastic to keep it from drying out. Leave on all night six nights a week, week after week, until relief appears.