Origin of Violet Oil
The violet originated in the Mediterranean, but today it is found throughout Europe. Since antiquity, its active ingredients have been known as a popular aphrodisiac, as they stimulate the production of pheromone.
Violet Oil in Medicine
Violet oil’s antiseptic action helps to speed up the healing process of skin conditions, however it must always be used with a carrier oil. This also applies to the treatment of athletes’ feet, a carrier oil should be used regularly so that the fungicidal function of the violet oil leads to a rapid resolution of the disease. For dermatitis, use violet oil as a compress, in addition, it can fight the symptoms of mumps and fever.
Violet Oil in Aromatherapy
Violet oil is used in a diffuser to achieve an expectorant effect on bronchitis and whooping cough. Its aroma, diffused by an aromatic lamp, removes internal blockages, improves mood in case of depression, stimulates the release of endorphins and has aphrodisiac properties. Violet oil also relieves emotional stress and helps with sleep disturbances.
Violet Oil in Cosmetics
Violet oil is considered a popular addition to body creams and lotions. As a bath addition, it is useful for relaxation, helps with stress and inner anxiety and relieves cold symptoms.
Violet Oil in Therapy
Violet oil is a popular oil that can be added to a massage base. Light massages with the obtained oil help with fatigue and lethargy.
Violet Oil in Perfumery
Its floral scent is popular with women and is used in various perfumes.