Sweet Violet

Scientific name : Viola odorata
Other names: Azərbaycanca: Ətirli bənövşə , Català: Violeta , Česky: Violka vonná , Dansk: Marts-Viol , Deutsch: Duftveilchen , Español: Violeta común , Eesti: Lõhnav kannike , Suomi: Tuoksuorvokki , Français: Pensée des champs , Magyar: Illatos ibolya , Italiano: Viola mammola , 日本語: ヴァイオレット , Lietuviškai: Kvapioji našlaitė , Latviešu: Smaržīgā vijolīte , Nederlands: Maarts viooltje , Norsk (nynorsk): Marsfiol , Polski: Fiołek wonny , Português: Víola-roxa , Română: Toporaş , Русский: Фиалка душистая , Slovensky: Fialka voňavá , Slovenščina: dišeča vijolica , Svenska: Luktviol , Türkçe: Kokulu menekşe

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The rhizome contains saponins and glycosides. Medicinally, sweet violet has been known to have healing effects on colds and bronchial catarrh. An infusion is recommended for hoarseness and coughs (1 teaspoon crushed rhizome per one cup of water, let stand ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Sweet Violet


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