Viola tricolor (wild pansy) is a small plant, rarely reaching beyond 6 inches in height. It can be found in the wild in many parts of Europe. It looks similar to the cultivated Pansy plants many people will be familiar with, but has smaller flowers and leaves.
Indeed, Viola tricolor was the progenitor of cultivated Pansy plants and because of this, we also refer to it by its common name of ‘wild pansy’.
Benefits and features of A.Vogel Viola tricolor:
- Tincture of Wild Pansy (Viola tricolor)
- Organically grown plants
- Fresh herb extract
Viola tricolor also has another common name, Heartsease, with a long history of use for many different conditions. Today, we know that Viola tricolor contains a special type of molecule known as cyclotides, or circular peptides. These substances are very stable because of their structural shape.
Adults: 15 to 20 drops twice daily, in a little water.
Children (2-12 years): 1 drop per year of age twice daily in a little water.
Avoid during pregnancy or if breastfeeding.
Keep out of reach and sight of children.