Pansy Flower (Herb) - Uses And Side Effects
Herbalists get active components of pansy from the flowers of Viola tricolor, the wild pansy plant. The important phytochemicals of wild pansy are Violutoside, Rutin, Violanthin, Scoparin, Orientin, Violaxnathin, Triterpene Saponins, Methyl-Salicylic Acid, Flavonoids , Tannins, Coumarin.
Pansies are popular, easy, and fun to grow. Fill an area or entire bed with Pansies for a striking spring effect! They also are great in windowsills and containers.
Lovely grown in pots, troughs, or as mass plantings, pansies have never gone out of fashion. These lightly scented flowers are available in a huge range of colors. The dark centers in some flowers are thought to resemble little faces. They grow only six to ten inches high and can spread up to ten to twelve inches across. They grow well in sun or semi-shade, and can tolerate cool weather.
Common doses of Pansy
Pansy is available as an extract. Some experts recommend the following doses:
Uses of Pansy herb
Specifically, pansy may help to :-
Pansies are edible and have been used to dye mordanted fabric.
Side effects of Pansy
Call your health care practitioner if you experience diarrhea when using pansy.
Combining herbs with certain drugs may alter their action or produce unwanted side effects. Tell your health care practitioner about any prescription or nonprescription drugs you're taking, especially aspirin or other products that
What the research shows
In one Hungarian study, pansy showed some ability to prevent heart spasms and reduce inflammation. However, without enough available clinical data, medical experts can't support pansy's medicinal use.
Other names for Pansy
Other names for pansy include field pansy, heartsease, Johnny-jump-up, jupiter flower, ladies' delight, and wild pansy.
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