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Violet


 

 

Violet
Violet

VIOLET
Viola tricolor
Liquid extract of fresh flowering plant.

Actions: Soothing, demulcent expectorant and diuretic. Lowers fevers. Mild sedative. Gentle and effective alterative for babies and young children.

Uses: General infections, fever, colds, flu and coughs. Skin eruptions, hives, eczema, cradle cap and milk-crust. Smelly, staining or burning urine. Violet is especially indicated, and is very safe for babies and young children.

Dose: Adults can take 30 to 40 drops, 2 to 5 times per day. Lower dosage according to body weight for children (see ).

Cautions: None known.


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