Lower Hypertension with Corn

Corn commonly burned or used as a complement to the vegetables can be used as a blood pressure-lowering drug. The fruit can be used as a substitute for rice.

There're three contents of corn that can be used:

1. Potassium

High potassium, especially on the silk and the young cob, is efficacious as a diuretic.

2. Thiamine

Thiamine can heal wounds, such as cuts in chickenpox.

3. Phosphorus

Phosphorus is good for bones and teeth.

Usefulness:

1. Diuretic

Fifty grams of fresh corn silk is washed and boiled with one liter of water until being a half. This herb is taken two times a day.

2. Kidney stones

A handful of corn silk, four corn cobs, and eight black face generals are washed and boiled with one half liter of water until reduced to half. Filter and drink as well.

3. Hypertension

A handful of corn silk is washed and boiled with one liter of water. The boiled water is taken two times a day. After blood pressure is dropped, this herb is still drunk once a day.

4. Diabetes

Fifty grams of corn silk is washed and boiled with two cups of water. The boiling water is taken two times a day.

5. Smooth milk

Some old corn kernels are roasted until crispy and cracking. Eat as a snack. Eating corn on the cob is okay too.

6. Rickets

Corn is washed, boiled, and eaten two times a day.

7. Gallstones

Five corn cobs and 20 strands of cat's whiskers are washed and boiled with a glass of water until three-fourths. It's taken during the day.

8. Chickenpox

Ten baby corns are shredded and creamed to chickenpox scars. Repeat for a few days.

9. Diarrhea

Corn cobs are washed and crushed into powder. Pour a glass of water. Drink this mixture two times a day.

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