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Cornflower

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Traditionally, cornflowers (flower heads) were made into an infusion and used to bathe inflamed eyes. Cornflower contains tannins, which have an astringent effect on inflammation.

In skin care, cornflower infusions are used in toners for the calming qualities of this plant. The infusion can also be used as a hair rinse, and it is claimed that it adds depth to fair or grey hair.

 

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