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Crazy colors ~ Spring cleaning with pansy

This week Virily will be colored blue. This is my contribution to the challenge of crazy color. In old herbal books pansy was highly appreciated. Although pansy not heal a broken heart as it used to be, it is still used in many ways today, including to deal with annoying pimples, and its tea is also recommended for a spring body cleansing treatment. Overhead pansy is harvested from May to late August, early in the morning, before the flowers open. We dry quickly in the shade. We then use it to make teas. Prepare pansy tea as brew or with cold water, in the latter case, soak the for eight to ten hours. We drink two to three cups a day. This tea is especially suitable in the early spring in the form of cures. It removes unwanted substances from the body and helps with acne. We also use tea for washing in skin disorders.

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    • They have no side effects. They are used for:
           The pansy’s compresses for the anti-inflammatory effect of salicylic acid effectively help with skin problems such as pimples (acne), eczema, scabies
           The herb is also used in the treatment of inflammation due to rheumatism.
           Anthocyanosides and flavonoids dilate blood vessels and improve blood flow. Therefore, pansy preparations are often recommended for atherosclerosis (arterial vein thickening) and heart disease.
          The pansy is also known as a stool and water litter. Promotes the elimination of toxic waste from the body and helps with urinary tract infections.
           Treslips enhance body resilience, and recent Norwegian studies have confirmed that peptides in the plant help to overcome infections.


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