Description. Cornflowers have been very popular with herbalists since ancient times. Cornflowers are diuretic, sudorific, febrifuge, laxative, anti-fever, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, anesthetic and wound healing. Cornflowers preparations are to be taken for cystitis, nephritis, edemas and tachycardia.Cornflower is an excellent cholagogue and can be used to improve function of liver and bile-excreting tracts. Use. Flowers infusion is recommended for kidneys and urinary bladder disorders, malaria and edemas. It is also good as an eye wash for eyes inflammations and conjunctivitis. Flowers extract can be taken for colds, coughs, constipations, stomach aches and tachycardia. In some countries this plant is used as a bitter tonic for stimulating appetite. Cornflower infusion is used as an eyewash for eyes inflammations and conjunctivitis.
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