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Viola tricolour

Treating Eczema with Viola Tricolour

Viola Tricolor is a homoeopathic remedy made from Heartsease, also known as the Wild Pansy or Johnny Jump Up. It is a herbaceous plant of European origin that blooms from the beginning of spring until autumn. To make the remedy’s mother tincture, the plant’s aerial parts and flowers are used. The name of the remedy comes from the three colours of the wild pansy’s flowers: violet, white and yellow.


Eczema is among the most common and disturbing dermatological problems, especially when it comes to infants and young children. Most cases of eczema are of hereditary origin and manifest themselves by the appearance of small blisters and red patches on the surface of the skin, especially on the face and elbows.

The Viola Tricolor homoeopathic remedy is especially recommended in case of facial rashes. It is also well-suited for treating eczema outbursts on the cheeks, which are often followed by yellow oozing and burning and itching sensations. This is also known as impetigo. Apart from facial eczema, Viola Tricolour is also effective for treating eczema that appears on the hands and elbows. This pathology mainly affects infants and young children. With the help of homoeopathy, you can quickly overcome the problem without exposing the children to any danger whatsoever. Otherwise, know that Viola Tricolour is a homoeopathic remedy that is suitable for the treatment of most dermatological and inflammatory disorders.

Recommended dosage

In case small blisters start to appear, notably on the cheeks, the homoeopath often recommends taking 5 capsules of Viola Tricolour 3CH or 5CH four times a day. The same treatment can also be applied to treat most dermatological disorders in infants.

Treatments and pathologies associated with “Viola tricolour”

Associated diseases

  • Eczema

Good to know Thanks to the many components extracted from the plant from which it is derived, the homoeopathic remedy Viola Tricolour acts in the same way as a cosmetic product.  Indeed, it contains flavonoids, soap and tannins, all of which are substances that can have a positive action against dermatological problems.

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