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johnny jump up

Adorable cute flowers mixing purple, yellow and white. Flowers edible with a delicious, mild mint wintergreen flavor. Leaf tea used for sickness, sore throats, epilepsy, blood purifier, asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism, heart palpitations, skin problems, eczema, calming sedative. A great addition to drinks, soups, desserts or salads.
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On one occasion, when Cupid misshot his arrow, it hit a small, white wild pansy, piercing it and causing it "to bleed," thereby becoming purple in color.
Pansies share the delicate-looking but tough characteristics of the family from which they were originally bred ( violas, violets and the little wild pansy, heartsease.
The body will benefit from Calendula Complex, a combination of calendula (marigold), echinacea to boost immune function and wild pansy, which has an excellent cleansing action on the skin.
Pansies share the delicate looking but tough characteristics of the family from which they were originally bred -- violas, violets and the little wild pansy, heartsease.
Birch and meadowsweet get rid of surplus fluid, artichoke and dandelion stimulate liver function, burdock and wild pansy are good for the skin and fennel stimulates metabolism," Michael says.
The body will benefit from Calendula Complex, which combines the anti-inflammatory calendula (marigold), echinacea to boost the immune system and wild pansy, which has an excellent cleansing action on the skin.
this combines anti-inflammatory calendula (marigold), echinacea to boost immune function and wild pansy, which has an excellent cleansing action on the skin.