Sweet violet is a medicinal flower and herb that has been used for thousands of years for its healing properties. It is rich in vitamins A & C and is packed with bioflavonoids and anti-cancer compounds that have been shown to be effective against lung, skin, stomach, and breast cancer. Sweet violet is also known to help ease headaches, insomnia, nervousness, anxiety, dizziness, arthritis, gum disease, swollen glands, stomachaches, ulcers, canker sores, and indigestion.
It is also excellent for any respiratory ailments such as bronchitis, chronic cough, congestion, asthma, or sinus infections and for helping to lower blood pressure. Sweet violet contains significant amounts of rutin and salicylic acid which act similarly to aspirin and are useful in alleviating pain, body aches, and inflammation as well as helping to prevent blood clots and inhibit platelet aggregation.
Sweet violet has also been shown to be beneficial in protecting against and treating HIV. Sweet violet flowers and leaves can be added to a bath or used in a poultice or cream as an effective remedy for treating acne, psoriasis, eczema, rashes, sores, and even skin cancer. Sweet violet is also a great blood purifier and can detox and cleanse the entire body. Sweet violet tea is an excellent way to reap the benefits of this medicinal herb.
Use 2 tsp of fresh or dried flowers and/or leaves to 1 cup of boiling water. Allow to steep for at least 10 minutes and sweeten with raw honey if desired. Fresh sweet violet flowers and leaves are also a wonderful addition to fruit and vegetable salads, smoothies, and jams. Sweet violet can be found online or at your local health food store in tea, capsule, syrup, tincture, extract, salve, and cream form.
This item posted: 05-Apr-2015
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