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Corn hair tea (corn silk) to prolong hair

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corn hair tea (corn silk)
Corn hair tea (corn silk)

Corn is a plant that has long been popular in the community, and is widely used as an alternative source of carbohydrates, Not only the fruit turns, corn hair (corn silk) also has many benefits and benefits if processed and processed correctly, such as can nourish and prolong the hair well, and give it natural shine, also it can treat diabetes, health care for kidney organs and hypertension.

Instructions to prepare corn silk:

Boil 1 little spoon of corn silk (chopped) in 1 cup of water. Once it is done, cover the pan and allow it to steep for 15 to 20 minutes.
When it is cold enough to drink, you can add 1 teaspoon of raw honey if you desire. This sweetens the tea for those who prefer it that way. You can store the remaining tea in your refrigerator for 2 to 3 days.


The dose depends on the condition that you suffer from as well as your body weight.
The general recommendation for adults is 1 cup, two to three times a day.
it’s preferred not to drink cornsilk tea right before you go to sleep. The dose for children should be reduced accordingly.
Before you use this tea for any condition, make sure that you consult your healthcare provider to make sure that it does not interfere with any medication.

Side effects that may occur:

Consuming corn hair can lead to a reduction in potassium levels in the blood. This can cause skin problems and allergies.
For pregnant, corn hair (corn silk) is basically safe when consumed, with the record not consumed in excess. However, if consumed in excess, this can stimulate the uterus and can cause miscarriage.

Important Notices:
  • Pregnant and lactating women are advised to use the recipes that containing essential oils only after consulting a doctor.
  • We warn against the use of essential oils in the dense form, but must be diluted by one of the carrier oils, and that the proportion of essential oil does not exceed 4% of the mix ratio.
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