The name of the medicinal plant


 English name of a medicinal plant


 Scientific name of the medicinal plant


 Origin of medicinal plant

 Iran – Europe

 The nature of the medicinal plant

 Cold and wet

 The effect of the medicinal plant

 Skin and hair, cancer prevention, respiratory system, rich in vitamins, joints and muscles

 Medicinal plant properties

 Cancer prevention, skin rejuvenation, eczema treatment, hair loss treatment,, dandruff treatment, pimples and acne, rich in vitamins

 How to use the medicinal plant

Edible, local


There are more than 40 species of violets in the world, some of which have healing properties.

The violet is native to Europe.  Many experts believe that this plant was first observed in Greece.

 Violet has long had many medicinal applications in the medical industry.

  A type of this plant called sweet violet is grown specifically for medicinal and industrial purposes.

  Among the benefits of this plant are its diuretic and anti-inflammatory properties.

Sweet violet is often used to treat rheumatic diseases, eczema, acne and psoriasis.


Violet has been shown to be very effective in treating coughs, colds and sore throats.

  The amount of vitamins A and C in violets is twice as much as the vitamin C in oranges and the vitamin A in spinach.

 The violet plant prevents the proliferation of activated lymphocytes and boosts the body’s immune system.