What is Symphytum officinale
Symphytum officinale or Comfrey (Scientific name: Symphytum officinale) is a perennial grass of the family boraginaceae native to Western Asia, Caucasus. They are the denizen come in Japan in the Meiji era, and perform running away and made wild grass in Kyushu from Hokkaido. Iin summer they let several bell typed flowers split in five at the top withdownward bloom in drepanium lengthened from flower stalks. A lot of white rough hair grows in the whole stalk and phyllome. In old days, leaves in the vegetables and then private therapy leaves and rhizomes promotes metabolism and anemia prevention was using pyrrolididin alkaloid constituents of hazardous and 6/18/2004 was banned by the Ministry of health, labor and welfare as a food sales.
Common name: Symphytum officinale, Scientific name: Symphytum officinale, Other name: Comfrey , Knitbone, Symphytum, Origin: Caucasus , Grass hight: 30-100 cm, Leaf, leaves, leaf length: 30 cm ,Petioles: Yes, there is a stem: with wings, inflorescence : Scorpion type, Squeezing: in bell-shaped Tip 5 crack, stamens number: 5, color: white, peach, purple, flower diameter: 1 cm, flowering period: June-August, type fruit: drupe and minutes played,