The violet has its origins 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 naturopathy
Its antiseptic action helps in a faster healing process of skin diseases. However, it should always use with carrier oil. This also applies to the treatment of foot fungal. Again, the aid of carrier oil should be used, so that the fungicidal function of violet oil leads to a rapid decay of the disease. For skin inflammation, compresses with violets oil are helpful. Application with violet oil envelopes helps against the symptoms of mumps and fever.
Violet oil in aromatherapy
Violet oil applied in the diffuser, expectorant in bronchitis and whooping cough. Its scent, distributed by an aroma lamp, removes internal blockages, improves mood in depression, stimulates endorphin release and has aphrodisiac properties. It also relieves emotional stress and helps with sleep disorders.
Violet oil in cosmetics
Violet oil is considered a popular additive to creams and body lotions. As a bath additive it serves for the application of relaxation baths. These help against stress and intern restlessness, as well as to relieve colds.
Violet oil in manual therapy
Violet oil as popular oil can be added to the applied base of massage oil. Light massages with the resulting oil help for fatigue and lethargy.
Violet oil for perfumery
Its floral scent is popular among women and is used in the production of various perfumes.