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Zea mays | herb info from the Happy Herb Company

Botanical name:

Zea mays

Urinary tract infections can be extremely painful and even life threatening, and affects more people than you think! It can be brought on by a boyfriend's member which is too large, too vigorous intercourse; too much intercourse, or unlubricated intercourse; anal penetration before vaginal penetration; wiping back to front etc.

UTIs come from bacteria being pushed up into the urethra/bladder which then breeds madly in the warm moist conditions and starts to populate the bladder causing inflammation and burning pain. (Sometimes I think if there is a God and God has a gender;he must have been a male to have designed a woman in this way)

Some women use Ural which won’t cure it but alkalizes the urine and takes away the pain.

Some herbalists recommend other treatments, but truly, NOTHING works as well as CORN SILK as it is a specific urinary tract anti-inflammatory as well as an anti-microbial diuretic which will treat the infection directly!

Sure, HHC sells dried corn silk which is the next best thing, but the ideal is to race down to the nearest fruit and vegies shop, buy some corn, peel off the green husk and grab the corn silk off the cob of corn, simmer the corn silk for some minutes and drink the slightly sweet tasting brew

Hey presto ! The UTI is gone immediately in 99% of cases! Best simmer a tablespoon and drink 3 times a day

If that doesn't work the sufferer MUST see a Doctor immediately

Because if a woman lets it go too long, it can permanently damage their kidneys and lead to kidney problems!

Herbal lore not herb laws!

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Submitted by Maigen (not verified) on

I do suffer urinary tract infections from the supra-pubic catheter, as a result of extreme trauma. I do like the way this herb can assist me in this area, as my kidney is damaged as a result of the trauma also.

I would like to know how much would it be to purchase this herb and what quantities to you sell this product.

A friend has shown me what you have to offer and now the site may be of assistance for my health.

Thank you for hearing me and hope to hear from you soon.

Submitted by Niall on

Hi Maigen,
Thanks for your comment. We don't sell cornsilk, but if you buy some organic corn in the husk you can remove the cornsilk from it directly. It's the silky stringy stuff around the yellow cob inside the husk.
Also we do recommend that you seek medical advice from a qualified professional before commencing any treatment.
Bye for now and all the best :)

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