- Medicinal Corn Silk
Medicinal Corn Silk
ES Emmanuel Sagini Updated
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The long, threadlike strands of plant matter that develop under the husk of a young ear of corn are known as corn silk. These bright, delicate fibers are also employed in conventional herbal remedies and help pollinate and produce maize.
There are numerous plant chemicals in it that could be the cause of its varied health effects. It is used to treat a wide range of illnesses in traditional Chinese and Native American medicine, including heart disease, prostate issues, malaria, and urinary tract infections (UTIs).
It may also help lower blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, and inflammation, according to more recent research. Although corn silk can be ingested fresh, it is frequently dried first and then made into a tea or extract. It is also available as a pill.
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