Other Name(s): BF&C w/ Comfrey; Bone, Flesh & Cartilage; Complete Tissue & Bone.
A synergistic combination of herbs for bones, flesh & cartilage. Bones play a major role in our body. They provide structure, protect organs & anchor muscles. Skin care along with healthy lifestyle choices can help slow the natural aging process. Dr. Christopher’s time-tested BF&C Cut supports bones, skin, tissue, hair, nails, teeth & gums.
Also available in Capsule, (Complete Tissue & Bone), Oil (Complete tissue & Bone), Ointment (Complete Tissue & Bone), Powder, Shampoo, Conditioner, Soap & Syrup (Complete Tissue & Bone) form.
Proprietary Blend: White Oak Bark, Comfrey Root, Marshmallow Root, Mullein Leaf, Black Walnut Leaf, Gravel Root, Wormwood Herb, Lobelia Herb & Skullcap Herb.
No added Fillers or Chemicals.
NOTE: The FDA requires the following warning, I encourage you to research the historic internal and external use of Comfrey over the last thousand years and make your own decision. “Warning: Contains Comfrey. For external use only. Do not use if pregnant or nursing.” This link goes into detail about what the FDA based their decision on.
Directions: Varies according to individual need. Bulk Formulas can be prepared for Extracts, Capsules, Decoctions, Balsams, Plasters, Fomentations & many other uses. We encourage you to research information on the formula & preparation that works best for you. While we cannot cover every herbal preparation below are a few common methods:
Encapsulating – To fill capsule, simply take the two halves of a capsule apart (one in each hand), and push these halves into powder and toward each other, pressing the halves together again & at the same time compressing the powder. Small encapsulation products that help to capsule 50 herbs at one time are available.
Infusion or Tea – Use 1 teaspoon of cut herb per cup of distilled water. Bring water to a boil, remove from the heat source, then add the applicable amount of herb to the water. Cover & allow to steep for at least 20 minutes (longer for stronger tea). Strain the herb & let stand until cool enough to drink.
Fomentation – Soak a piece of gauze, Turkish towel or similar porous material in the infusion or decoction needed. Sometimes hot Apple Cider Vinegar is used. Cool until the material is just bearable. Cover with plastic or oil cloth to prevent the liquid from soaking bed clothes, etc. Keep damp & change periodically.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Keep out of reach of children.