BLUE CORN FLOWER TEA (25g)
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BLUE CORN FLOWER TEA❤️
A magnificent wild plant with a clear blue flower, cornflower naturally grows in acidic garden soil, grain fields and mountainous ranges. Its flowers, both delicate and airy, make the landscape feel pristine.Corn flower is a herb. The dried flowers are used to make medicine.People take corn flower tea to treat fever, constipation, water retention, and chest congestion. They also take it as a tonic which acts as a liver and gallbladder stimulant. Women can take it for menstrual disorders and vaginal yeast infections.
Some people apply cornflower directly to the eye for irritation or discomfort.
✅FOR ANXIETY, STRESS & DEPRESSION
Just looking at this strikingly blue flower can help to improve your mood. So it’s not surprising that cornflower tea can help to ease anxiety, reduce stress, and improve symptoms of depression. This herb might be a good herb to add to your daily routine to help with your mental health in these interesting times.
✅FOR HEALTHY EYES
One of this herb’s most well-known uses is as a treatment for eye infections. Simply make a tea with the flower and use it as a wash to rinse out eyes that have become infected with conjunctivitis. However, there are several other uses for this herb that have to do with keeping your eyes healthy. Cornflower contains anthocyanins which have been shown to help improve vision, reduce puffy eyes, eliminate itchy eyes, and help prevent some of the deterioration associated with age.
✅TREATS FEVER and INFECTIONS
This strikingly blue flower is a great one for helping to treat fevers and infections. It also helps improve immunity and prevent infections, especially some of the more serious ones, from setting in. Drinking a tea with cornflower at the start of an infection can help to lessen the severity of it and increase your body’s natural ability to fight it off.
✅CONSTIPATION AND DIGESTION
This lovely little flower can be used for some of the not-so-lovely actions in our daily lives. It can help to boost bile production, helping to improve digestion. It also helps to lessen symptoms of constipation and improve bowel functions. Digestion plays an important role in our health. Let’s do all we can to support our digestive system.
✅FOR BETTER SKIN, HAIR, & NAILS
A strong tea made from the flowers can be used as a wash to help get rid of dandruff or for soothing eczema. The petals are often included in cosmetics for their benefits. This is a great herb to add to a relaxing herbal bath. The petals are also highly nutritious and are especially rich in the minerals that help to improve hair, skin, and nails.
✅REGULATES KIDNEY FUNCTION
Cornflower is a gentle diuretic that helps to regulate kidney function. This also makes it a great herb to help shed water weight. A strong tea can also be used to help treat mild kidney and urinary tract infections. Drinking a tea made with cornflower, along with a few other easy strategies, can help to improve the general health of your kidneys.
✅REDUCES MENSTRUAL CRAMPS
Cornflower is an anti-inflammatory herb and can help to ease several aches and pains including menstrual cramps. Simply drink cornflower tea as needed until the cramps subside. You can also try drinking the tea daily for a few days before the onset of your menses and during it to help prevent cramps.
✅Caffeine Free and rich in anti-oxidants
✅Helps to treat fever and chest congestion.
✅Good for menstrual disorders & vaginal infections.
✅Boosts immunity & enables good liver functioning.
✅Eases digestion and relieves constipation.
✅Corn flower water helps to reduce eye irritation.
✅ 100% Natural and Sundried
✅Boil 250ml of water and add 1 tsp of dried flowers to it and switch off the flame.
✅Leave it aside for 5 minutes. Seive, add a tsp of lemon juice(optional) and raw honey as needed and sip down warm.
✅Can be used for making Tea, Iced Tea and Mocktails.
Whether you use it in a relaxing bath or simply drink it in a tea, blue cornflower is a great herb to become familiar with.Try it today to reap all its benefits!!❤️
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