By James Steakley - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,
By James Steakley – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,



Blue violet, also known as Viola sororia, leaves, flowers, and roots are used in a variety of cosmetic (soaps, lotions, cleansers), culinary (soups, salads, stews, sauces), aromatic (sachets, potpourri, bath bags), and industrial (perfume) applications.


Blue violet is said to have the following beneficial properties:

  • adds fresh taste to salads and other foods
  • thickens stews and sauces
  • combats a variety of health conditions
    • hysteria
    • bed-wetting
    • cough syrups
    • blood detoxifier
  • salicylic acid can be extracted


No known health risks for humans in regards to the regular consumption and/or topical application of blue violet.




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