We are exporting herbs worldwide. Also, we export Banafsha-viola data directly from the herb farms, which is highly cultivated in Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. It’s largely used in ayurvedic, Unani, and homeopathy medicines.
It’s a small perennial garden flowering plant, native to Europe and Asia. This plant has been cultivated since ancient times, for its medicinal purpose and a source of perfume and coloring. It grows well in cool and moist climates. Viola odorata is also known as sweet violet and it’s a rich source of vitamin -C. The sweet scent of this flower has consequently been used in the production of many cosmetic fragrances and perfumes. The flowers are normally either dark violet or white.
Banafsha is used to treat swelling and inflammation, jaundice, headache, pimples, cancerous growths, and body pains. It is taken internally in the treatment of bronchitis, respiratory catarrh asthma, and cancer of the breast, lungs, or digestive tract. The syrup of this flower is used as relief for cough and hoarseness. It reduces nervous tension, stress, insomnia, and heat inside the body. A tea is prepared from the banafsha flowers reduces headaches, relaxes the mind, and calms the nervous system.