|Alterative expectorant can be used to support coughs, metabolism and more.|
Violet leaves and blossoms are expectorant and can be used in respiratory congestion to help soften mucus and remove it from the body. A syrup of violets was often used in cough preparations where color and mild taste, along with its action on the respiratory system, made it a good base. Violets can be used to treat mild bronchitis or coughs of influenza and mild colds.
Violets are also considered alterative and work gradually to move the metabolism toward a healthy balance. They have been used as a part of a therapy program for chronic skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis. Because of their antiseptic properties, violets have been used externally as a poultice for skin irritations or minor wounds. The leaves and blossoms can be added to a salve for the same problems.
It was thought at one time that violets, as an alterative, were helpful in some cancers, and traditionally violets were thought to be anti-neoplastic, helping to stop the growth of cancer cells.
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