UCF Arboretum to Launch Medicinal-Herb Workshop Series

UCF Arboretum to Launch Medicinal-Herb Workshop Series

UCF Arboretum to Launch Medicinal-Herb Workshop Series

Amanda Lindsay was shocked when a homemade disinfecting ointment cured her severely cut knuckle.

After the University of Central Florida Landscape & Natural Resources employee cut her knuckle down to the bone on a razor at a friend’s house, she turned to what most people would: a bandage and store-bought disinfecting ointment. After days of no improvement, she then turned to a homemade ointment made from comfrey herbs and chaga mushrooms. Her wound healed days later without scabbing, scaring or developing an infection.

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