Symphytum is the herb Comfrey in homeopathic potency. The colloquial name for this herbal remedy is knitbone and in fact in its homeopathic form it has a similar effect in promoting the healing of fractures in all pets. A 6c potency given once daily is specifically indicated in assisting the healing of non-union fractures in animals.
The root of this plant produces a substance which stimulates growth of epithelium on ulcerated parts, and hastens union of bone in fractures. This remedy should always be given as a routine in fracture treatment as an aid to healing. Together with other vulneraries like Arnica it is indicated in the treatment of injuries generally. It is also a prominent eye remedy.
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