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The wild pansy is a member of the violet family (synonym: Violaceae) and is native to Central Europe, both in the lowlands and in the mountains.
The annual plant grows to a height of about 20 cm and has heart-shaped, slightly notched leaves with long stems.
The flowers, which are symmetrical towards the centre, are mostly yellowish or violet in colour. They are characterised by 2 large upper flowers and 3 lower flowers, of which the middle petal is usually the largest. Flowering time is May to October.
Phytotherapeutically used are the leaves, stems and flowers Violae herba cum flore
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Viola tricolor is the parent plant of the medically used "Violae herba cum flore", monographed by the Commission E, the wild pansy with flowers.
LiteratureThis section has been translated automatically.
Wenigmann M.(2017) Phytotherapy medicinal drugs phytopharmaceuticals application. Urban & Fischer: 5.109 wild pansy (Viola [tricoloris] herba cum flore) pp 199-220.