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  1. This salve really is awesome! It does take consistent use to get maximum benefits but it really is wonderful. I've been using it for several weeks now since my total knee replacement and I'm totally impressed. I'm also using it on my feet and other joints and it really helps. Now I have severe inflammatory disease so it does not take my pain away 100% BUT it does help make it bearable so I can get things done. That's what's important to me. Anything that's natural and will help give me a good quality of life is what matters most! Anyone who tries this and uses it daily (it makes your skin feel amazing too 😊, buttery soft without the greasy feeling) will certainly see some relief.
    Charles I can't thank you enough! You're THE BEST!! Thank you for all you do. God Bless you and yours always, Lisa

  2. I will get my dehydrator going today. Remember, it’s your comfrey that I’m growing! What a beautiful plant. I’m looking forward to learning more about ways to use this salve. Thank you, OAG. Continued blessings!

  3. I used organic bees wax. About half of the 16 ounce bag went into the mix. Now, it's more like a chap stick. I'd add the bees wax to the olive oil, then, scoop up some of the solution, pour it in a small container, stick it in the fridge for 10 minutes to test. Seems to be fine. Depends on what you want. His formula calls for 2 oz of wax. Was that ounces in liquid or pounds? My wax came in pellets, that's why I did what I did.

  4. I heard mention of juicing comfrey leaves (in a masticating juicer) but no more was said. I'm wondering how to make the comfrey salve using the juice instead of dehydrating then boiling the dried leaves in water etc. Thankyou to anyone has done this or knows the steps involved?!

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