VIOLET FOR COUGH.
Violet is a plant popularly known as pansies. It has repeatedly confirmed the effectiveness of coughs of various nature. For treatment, violet flowers are used, which have a rich useful composition, which contains:
salicylic and ursolic acids;
But to preserve these substances and get the full benefit of the violet when coughing is only possible if it is properly collected, prepared and stored.
Violet is recommended for use in bronchitis and tracheitis. Violet cough treatment is advisable due to the following properties of the plant:
The violet facilitates the excretion of phlegm by thinning it during a productive cough. If the cough is dry and combined with a sore throat, the plant’s softening properties come to the rescue. It is also recommended to use it for prevention. For example, you can drink fragrant violet tea during epidemics of ARVI and flu.
HOW TO APPLY VIOLET FLOWERS FOR COUGH
There are several options for violet-based medicines:
One of the easiest ways is to use a decoction of dried raw materials. To prepare the broth, a tablespoon of herbs is poured with a glass of water, boiled for 15 minutes and insisted for an hour. For the infusion, the proportions are the same; the grass is poured with boiling water and left in a thermos for a couple of hours. Small children under 2 years old should not be given more than 200 ml of infusion per day.
To make a cough syrup, you must first make an infusion. For this, 2 tbsp. l. herbs are poured with a liter of boiling water and left overnight. In the morning, strain the product, add 1 kg of icing sugar and cook without a lid until thickened. Squeeze the juice of a small lemon into the syrup, boil for another 10 minutes, remove from heat.
The violet is safe, but you cannot take the plant for more than a month without a break, and you should also not exceed the recommended dosage. Treatment of pregnant women and children is carried out only under the supervision of a doctor.