|Used as||An Expectorant, Diuretic, and Stimulant for Gall Bladder and Liver Function, etc.|
|Shelf Life||6 Months|
|Storage||Store in cool & dry place|
The flowers of this plant are used as an expectorant, diuretic, and stimulant for gall bladder and liver function. It also supports and regulates the functioning of the kidneys.
Apart from its therapeutic benefits(rich in anthocyanins), blue cornflower flowers are also edible.
The petals are added to tea blends, potpourri, baked goods, soups, salads and custards, or are frozen in decorative ice cubes for iced beverages.
used to treat daily ailments such as mucus membrane and tissue inflammation and skin inflammation, pain and conjunctivitis.As an ingredient it is used in eye drops.
Cornflower is also rich in vitamin C, folic acid, and other organic compounds that help detoxify the body.
Cornflower is used in many hair care and skin care products because of its anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties. It is even used in shampoos and hair rinses to treat scalp eczema.
Cornflower is also used as an astringent oral rinse for treating mouth ulcers.