Home-made violet health and cosmetic recipes
In the form of extracts, and the production of perfumes and cosmetics, the leaves and flowers of field violet are used. This flower is great for caring for dry and problematic skin at home. Renews and rejuvenates the skin. Removes abscesses and reduces stretch marks. It is used for hair care and delicate scalp. It successfully tones the scalp, removes dandruff, strengthens hair and prevents hair loss. The plant promotes sweating, urination and bowel movements. It has a beneficial effect on the digestive system and urological-genital tract. It has a beneficial effect on high blood pressure. The root of the plant has an emetic effect (causes vomiting) and has a laxative effect. Herbal liquid with violet reduces tinnitus (tinnitus). Violet oil, ointment or powder is applied directly to the skin. These are great products for outdoor use.
Violet tea-is prepared from a dry mixture of leaves, flowers and roots. Cleanses the blood of toxins. It is great for rinsing the mouth and throat. It helps against respiratory diseases (acute and chronic bronchitis, asthma, pneumoconiosis, ie a disease caused by the deposition of dust in the lungs, respiratory infections, colds, flu, cough and hoarseness.
Violet syrup — made from flowers and honey. Soothes dry cough and inflammatory processes of the throat. Alleviates inflammatory processes in the ear. It has a beneficial effect on inflammation of the lymph glands.
Strong sensitivity to drugs causes allergies. Allergy is manifested by a rash. Accompanying phenomena can be nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. In case of side effects, you should stop using the medication and seek professional medical help.
Violet compresses – fresh compresses of violet leaves and flowers are used in the treatment of external changes in the breasts. The compresses give excellent results by applying to abscesses, acne, minor irritations and wounds on the skin. Violet oil contains a lot of saponins and with a gentle massage it successfully breaks benign nodules on the breasts.
Violet leaf tincture is great for dry rashes on the skin that cause itching (eczema or atopic dermatitis).
Violet milk against insomnia-three grams of dried flower pour 200 ml of boiled milk. Let stand for half an hour. Drink the finished drink before bedtime.
Violet syrup for children – used to soothe coughs. Pour a full cup of violet flowers with 200 ml of boiled water. Let the mixture stand for 24 hours. Strain. Add fresh flowers again. After 24 hours, add honey in equal amounts with the remaining liquid. Drink the syrup three times a day (one teaspoon of syrup).
Honey with violet – a combination of honey and violet is great for strengthening immunity. Chop two cups of violet flowers in a blender. Add one cup of honey and freshly squeezed juice of one lemon. Take one small spoon twice a day. The mixture should be kept in a glass jar in the refrigerator.
Pour 2.5 dcl of boiled water over the vein tea – half a cup of fresh violet leaves. Cover. Drink twice a day after meals. You can use the dried leaves of the plant for compresses because they cool and reduce inflammatory conditions. The leaves cooked in vinegar are effective against gout.
Vinegar with violet is a great remedy for headaches. Pour a handful of dried flowers over a handful of dried vinegar. Boil. Let stand for up to two hours. Use the obtained liquid for compresses and gently massage the temples.
Violet preparations are not used for more than a month. If use is necessary, a break of 25-35 days should be taken and treatment should be continued. Prolonged use of violet causes nausea, diarrhea, abdominal pain and rash. Violet is a poisonous but useful plant. Care should be taken with dosing. Not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. In the case of hepatitis, ulcers of the stomach and duodenum, inflammatory processes of the kidneys, gastritis. People with individual intolerance and children under the age of 12 should not use products with violet.