corn silk that grows from corn. While we gardeners who love to grow corn and shuck it for kernel corn, creamed corn, or corn casserole we might forget about the little hairy strands of silk. Corn silk is so beneficial it has been used for years to help with inflammation of the bladder and urinary system. Pee Pee those infections away with corn silk tea. Corn Silk tea also helps with kidney stones, diabetes, cholesterol, high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, weight loss due to its diuretic properties. If you’re interested in drinking corn silk tea, then 3 cups max daily is preferably.
It has a pleasant taste but just remember a word of caution for those are diabetics and on medication Corn Silk will lower your blood sugar level you should not take prescription meds and cornsilk tea together. Corn silk has been used in the herbal world for bladder infections, urinary tract inflammation, prostate, kidney stones, congestive heart failure, diabetes, high blood pressure, fatigue and high cholesterol.
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