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    Medicinal Plants You Can Grow In Your Backyard | Survival Life

    Expand your emergency preparedness skills by growing some medicinal plants you can use for home remedies. The knowledge you have on traditional medicine is just as important as your survival gear. When you’re on survival mode, you have to forage the wild for some plants you could concoct as a DIY remedy. Read this list and get to know the 11 medicinal plants which you can grow in
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    You can use the leaf and the root, fresh or dried. Comfrey contains a special substance called allantoin, which is a cell proliferative. ... This is one of the reasons why comfrey-treated bones knit so fast, wounds mend so quickly and burns heal with such little scarring. Comfrey is often called knitbone or healing herb.



    Another Bonus of Comfrey is its Deep Root system is FANTASTIC for Companion Planting because it will pull up nutrients from DOWN DEEP where Fruit trees dont get them.

    Deep-rooted herbs, especially comfrey, are great at bringing nutrients from deep in the soil up to their leaves. All you need to do to fertilise your fruit trees is chop off the comfrey leaves and place them under the mulch under your fruit tree. The deep roots ensure that they compete less for nutrients with your trees.
    https://www.veryediblegardens.com.au...ting-orchards/

    +++ On the TEA TREE listed in the article... we use it for EVERYTHING... In place of neosporin.

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