The sweet, mild but pleasantly bitterish aerial portions of violet support the lungs, stomach, liver, and the heart. The demulcent, expectorant, alterative, antipyretic, antiseptic, vulnerary, and antispasmodic properties of the flower have lead to i...
The sweet, mild but pleasantly bitterish aerial portions of violet support the lungs, stomach, liver, and the heart. The demulcent, expectorant, alterative, antipyretic, antiseptic, vulnerary, and antispasmodic properties of the flower have lead to its health use in cases of a dry cough and a sore throat. Saponins, phenolic glycosides, and mucilage have been identified through biochemical analysis.
Violet can be used as a syrup for sore throat, dryness of the upper-respiratory tract, chronic coughs and asthma with associated dryness. It can also be tried to soften hard lumps. It is antihypertensive. The steamed fresh leaves can be used as a potherb.
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