the lengthy shiny fibers on the pinnacle of an ear of corn are known as corn silk. corn silk is used as a medication.
corn silk is used for bladder infections, irritation of the urinary device, inflammation of the prostate, kidney stones, and bedwetting. it is also used to deal with congestive heart failure, diabetes, excessive blood strain, fatigue, and high cholesterol levels.
barbe de maïs, blé d'inde, cheveux de maïs, indian corn, maidis stigma, maïs violet, maize silk, purple corn, seda de maíz, soie de maïs, stigma maydis, yu mi xiu, zea, zea mays.
insufficient evidence to fee effectiveness for:
infection of the prostate.
inflammation of the urinary device.
congestive heart failure.
high blood strain.
excessive levels of cholesterol.
extra proof is needed to rate the effectiveness of corn silk for these uses.