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Violet 50g

 Violet has a long history of use. It is a cooling, dispersing and de-toxifying herb. From ancient European traditions comes its use for dry and allergic skin conditions like eczema. It seems to have antihistamine along with immune-balancing properties, suggesting its use in other allergic and hypersensitive conditions, and perhaps partly explaining its traditional use in asthma. The triterpenes, salicylates and flavonoids are responsible for the anti-inflammatory action of Violet. It can be applied as a poultice or extract for dry, itching skin conditions. The herbaceous parts of Violet have been employed for their mucilaginous, demulcent and expectorant properties. The root and seeds are also emetic and purgative. This herb has a long tradition as an anti-cancer and anti-tumor aid. Its use in breast cancer is augmented by its lymph-clearing properties. Uses. Recently, Violet has been used as an effective application for asthma and bronchitis. Besides strong decoction of syrup of the herb and flowers was recommended by the older herbalists for skin diseases like eczema, acne, pruritus and impetigo. This herb has a long tradition as an anti-cancer and anti-tumor aid. A famous case of its use by a member of British royalty to cure throat cancer has been handed down, and it has been used as an aid in breast, uterine, lung, throat, stomach and colon cancers. Its use in breast cancer is augmented by its lymph-clearing properties. It is also used externally on tumors and hard swellings.

Attention!
 Before using any herbal products, make sure that you have full knowledge of how the herb works and any adverse reaction it may cause.

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 Violet has a long history of use. It is a cooling, dispersing and de-toxifying herb. From ancient European traditions comes its use for dry and allergic skin conditions like eczema. It seems to have antihistamine along with immune-balancing properties, suggesting its use in other allergic and hypersensitive conditions, and perhaps partly explaining its traditional use in asthma. The triterpenes, salicylates and flavonoids are responsible for the anti-inflammatory action of Violet. It can be applied as a poultice or extract for dry, itching skin conditions. The herbaceous parts of Violet have been employed for their mucilaginous, demulcent and expectorant properties. The root and seeds are also emetic and purgative. This herb has a long tradition as an anti-cancer and anti-tumor aid. Its use in breast cancer is augmented by its lymph-clearing properties. Uses. Recently, Violet has been used as an effective application for asthma and bronchitis. Besides strong decoction of syrup of the herb and flowers was recommended by the older herbalists for skin diseases like eczema, acne, pruritus and impetigo. This herb has a long tradition as an anti-cancer and anti-tumor aid. A famous case of its use by a member of British royalty to cure throat cancer has been handed down, and it has been used as an aid in breast, uterine, lung, throat, stomach and colon cancers. Its use in breast cancer is augmented by its lymph-clearing properties. It is also used externally on tumors and hard swellings.

Attention!
 Before using any herbal products, make sure that you have full knowledge of how the herb works and any adverse reaction it may cause.

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536 Salem Botanicals N/A N/A