Dry Flowers - Violet Flower Tea - 紫罗兰花茶 1kg

RM300.00


Dry Flowers - Violet Flower Tea - 紫罗兰花茶 1kg
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Violet leaf tea benefits have long been known for their anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. Violet leaves also possess diaphoretic

 

Benefits: Violets have been used to improve acne, anger, asthma, bronchitis, colds, eczema, fever, fibrocystic breast disease, grief, headache, heartbreak, lymphatic congestion, mastitis, mumps, psoriasis, scurvy, sore throat, ulcers, urinary tract infection, varicose veins, and whooping cough. Apply a cloth soaked in violet leaf and/or flower tea to the back of the neck to treat headaches. The flowers are eaten as a breath freshener.

 

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Violet leaf tea benefits have long been known for their anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. Violetleaves also possess diaphoretic, diuretic, emollient, expectorant and even slight laxative qualities.

The violet is an annual or short-lived perennial European wild flower. It is a creeping plant that reaches a height of up to 15 centimeters. It has violet colored flowers although sometimes it can produce blue, white or yellow ones. The blossoms usually come out in April to September.

Violet Leaf Tea BenefitsAlso known as heartsease, violets have been admired for more than two millennia for its aesthetic beauty as well as its medicinal qualities. Inhabitants of ancient Greece believed that the violet had the ability to soothe anger and to cure sleeplessness. For his part, the ancient Roman naturalist Pliny said its roots, if steeped in vinegar, would cure gout.

The English made a syrup out of the blossoms and used it as a mild laxative for children. Folk medicine has also touted the plant as a remedy or cure for abnormal growths with the fresh leaves being hailed as a treatment for skin cancer. It is worthwhile to note however that this belief has virtually no scientific evidence to support it.

The dried violet leaf is traditionally infused as a tea while the flower, as well as the leaves, are traditionally included in salads, soups, jellies and jams.

Among the active constituencies of violet leaf are saponins, mucilages, carotenoids, eugenol, quercetin, kaempferol, rutin and beta-sitosterol.

To make violet leaf tea, simply pour one cup of boiling water onto 1 teaspoonful of dried violet leaves and let it stand for about 10 minutes. This is ideally drunk three times a day.

The following are the violet leaf tea benefits attributed to this brew:

Violet leaf tea may help fight coughs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, congestion and other respiratory ailments.

Violet leaf tea may help fight jaundice.

Violet leaf tea may help fight certain cancers.

Violet leaf tea may help fight pleurisy.

Violet leaf tea may be helpful in fighting inflammation.

 

Use Direction :

Step 1 : Place herbal in a glass then pour hot water.

Amount of usage : Approximately 2cm height (from bottom of your glass)

 

Step 2 : Wait For 5 minutes  and ready to drink


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