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What is violet leaf used for?
Violet is cooling and moistening and is used internally as a blood cleanser, respiratory remedy, and lymphatic stimulant. It is taken as a tea or syrup, and can also be eaten for its medicine.
What does violet leaf smell like?
Violet leaf absolute is vastly different from the sweet scent of violet flowers. The scent is quite green, like the smell of cut grass with a subtle cucumber nuance. Violet leaf is often found in masculine fragrance for it's green, cucumber-like freshness.
How do you cook violet leaves?
Ten Ways to Eat or Cook Violet Leaves
- Make a salad. ...
- Toss them in a soup, just like you would a handful of baby spinach. ( ...
- Substitute for okra or file powder in gumbo or another stew. ( ...
- Add them to scrambled eggs. ( ...
- Graze while you tend the garden. (
What can I make with violet flowers?
Violet flowers can be used to make violet vinegar, violet jelly, violet tea, violet syrup and even candied violets (because you know the kids will love that!).
What violets are edible?
Violets with yellow flowers, such as the round-leaf yellow violet, which grows in swamps (V. rotundifolia), are edible as well. Another tasty species is the swamp blue violet (Viola cucullata), easy to distinguish because its flower rises high above the basal leaves.
What plant is poisonous to cats?
Toxic Plants for Cats
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Is the smell of mint bad for cats?
Many liquid potpourri products and essential oils, including oil of cinnamon, citrus, pennyroyal, peppermint, pine, sweet birch, tea tree (melaleuca), wintergreen, and ylang ylang, are poisonous to cats. Both ingestion and skin exposure can be toxic.
Is pineapple poisonous to cats?
Yes, cats can eat pineapple, with a few stipulations. This tropical treat is high in fructose and contains several vitamins (A, B6, folate, C) and minerals (magnesium and potassium). Fresh pineapple is preferred over canned, which is often packed in a sugary syrup that may contain preservatives.
Is the smell of mint bad for dogs?
A dog's nose is many times more sensitive than a human's. It's no surprise that smells that we may not find appealing may be even worse for your canine companion. For dogs, any strong smell, such as mint, citrus, spice, alcohol, or vinegar may be repulsive.
Do dogs like the smell of peppermint oil?
A dog's nose also contains about 300 million olfactory receptors, which means they smell things much more intensely than humans can. We mere humans only have 5 million olfactory receptors in our noses. ... Peppermint is toxic to dogs and understandably so, dogs don't like it.
Are curry leaves poisonous to dogs?
Generally, curry leaves are not particularly harmful to dogs, but this is not guaranteed. A usual indicator when attempting to determine whether a particular diet is safe for your pet dog is to equate it to its meal.
Is peppermint candle safe for dogs?
Some suggest pine, wintergreen, cinnamon, citrus based oils, peppermint, camphor, clove, bitter almond, garlic, horseradish, mustard, and pennyroyal essential oils are dangerous to dogs and cats.
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