Wild Plants that Heal Wounds and Fractures

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Some certain flowers and plants have been traditionally used for their potential medicinal properties.

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Known as "knit bone," comfrey has been used traditionally to support the healing of fractures and wounds.


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Yarrow has been used for its potential ability to stop bleeding and promote wound healing. It is often applied topically to wounds.


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Traditionally known for its antidepressant properties, St. John's Wort has also been used typically for its potential wound-healing properties.

St. John's Wort

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Rich in silica, Horsetail has been used traditionally to support bone health. It's often used in traditional medicine for fractures and other bone-related issues.


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As the name suggests, self-heal has been used traditionally for various medicinal purposes, including wound healing. 


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It's often used for reducing inflammation and bruising and is sometimes applied typically for fractures and sprains.


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