Heartsease Pansy Herbal Remedies
Heartsease pansy and its preparations, given internally and applied externally, are considered effective for eczema by herbalists when used long-term. It can also be given safely or used as a wash for babies for cradle cap or eczema. Heartsease is sometimes added to baths for skin rashes. It is also recommended by herbalists for anxiety, nervousness, and hypertension. It was used traditionally for arthritis and rheumatism. Heartsease Pansy has a taste of ACRID, BITTER, SWEET and a temperature of COOL.
Heartsease Pansy Proper Dose
|Heartsease Pansy Infusion||1 cup 2-3 x daily|
|Heartsease Pansy Tincture||1-2 droppersful tincture 2-3 x daily|
Heartsease Pansy Reference Information
|Latin Name||Viola tricolor|
|Other Names||Johnny Jump-up|
|Part Used||Leaf, Flowers|
|Herb Forms||Tincture, bulk herb.|
|Affects||Integumentary system, Respiratory system, Urinary system|
|Botanical Info||An annual or perennial herbaceous plant from the Violet family with deeply-lobed ovate leaves and variously colored flowers, including yellow, purple, and violet-blue.|
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