Scientific name : Viola tricolor
Other names: Български: Трицветна теменуга , Česky: Violka trojbarevná , Dansk: Almindelig Stedmoderblomst , Deutsch: Wildes Stiefmütterchen , Español: Pensamiento salvaje , Eesti: Aaskannike , Suomi: Keto-orvokki , Français: Violette odorante , Magyar: Háromszínű árvácska , Íslenska: Þrenningarfjóla , Italiano: Viola del Pensiero , 한국어: 삼색제비꽃 , Lietuviškai: Trispalvė našlaitė , Latviešu: Trejkrāsu vijolīte , Nederlands: Driekleurig viooltje , Norsk (nynorsk): Stemorsblom , Norsk: Stemorsblomst , Polski: Fiołek trójbarwny , Português: Amor-perfeito , Română: Panseluţă , Русский: Фиалка трёхцветная , Slovensky: Fialka trojfarebná , Svenska: Styvmorsviol , Türkçe: Hercai menekşe

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The dried pansy can be used internally or externally for skin conditions such as acne or cradle cap, especially in folk medicine and homeopathy. Other applications include respiratory diseases and rheumatic complaints. With violets and pansies, the nectar is in ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer




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