Wild Pansy herb 50gr. Viola tricolor

Oreshka seeds
The description of the three-leafed violet is found in the works of medieval doctors who used it for headaches, for the treatment of eczema, urticaria, lichen, and later rickets, gout, syphilis. Modern medicine knows the following properties of violet herb: Anti-inflammatory. Expectorant. Diuretic. Choleretic. In folk medicine, violet herb is known as a remedy for respiratory diseases, as well as for skin problems, diseases of the urinary system, kidneys, toothache, periodontal disease, and inflammatory processes in the oral cavity. Cough violet is effective due to the fact that it liquefies phlegm and accelerates its secretion, enhances its production, while making the ciliated epithelium of the mucous membranes more mobile. There is also an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effect of violets on the digestive tract system. Violet activates metabolism, has a not very pronounced antispasmodic and choleretic effect. Violet herb is actively used in cosmetology. The plant is suitable for dry skin care as it regulates moisture balance, as well as for problem skin. The violet herb for the face is used to protect the skin and recover from stress and negative external factors. Using the plant helps to get rid of abscesses and prevent allergies.
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