Wild violet is a perennial plant native to Europe and Asia. This herb is found in the Himalayas over 5,000 feet. It is known for its use in treating the diseases of the respiratory system.
Benefits of Wild Violet: Cough, sneezing, flu and other respiratory problems, lung disorders, chest tightness, pulmonary disorders, fevers, intestinal disease, kidney and liver disease.
Habitat: An herb found in the Himalayas over 5,000 feet.
Action: Emetic, flowers—demulcent, diaphoretic, diuretic, aperient.
Scientific name: Viola odorata.
Useful part: Flowers, root.
Tissues: Plasma, blood, reproductive.
Systems: Respiratory,excretory, reproductive, circulatory.
Classical and common names
Ayurvedic: Banaphsa, Trayman.
English: Wild violet.