Are Violets Poisonous? Misconception Or Fact?

Last updated on October 23rd, 2023 at 09:02 pm

Wild violets grow in the garden bed. In the household are dog, cat and small children. What now? Do the violets have to go away because they are poisonous or can they be left carefree?

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Violets are edible, healthy and medicinal


Violets are anything but poisonous. They can be eaten and have an extremely positive effect on the body and well-being. Their healing properties have been known for many centuries.

Are Violets Poisonous? Misconception Or Fact?

Especially the beguilingly fragrant flowers of fragrant and wood violets taste excellent. They are also non-toxic to animals such as cats and dogs. Eating them has the following effects, among others:

  • cooling
  • calming
  • analgesic
  • laxative
  • decongestant
  • stimulates blood circulation


Tips & Tricks
If you want to pick viola for consumption, you should do so during the flowering period in the early morning hours.

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