A - Z of Home Remedies & Cures

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Cornstarch, Cornflower

Cornstarch, cornflower, or maize starch or maize is the starch obtained from the corn grain or wheat. The starch is obtained from the endosperm of the kernel and is a popular food ingredient used in sauces and soups.

Cornstarch, Cornflower - Home remedy for Bleeding: This remedy works a lot like cayenne pepper. Put cornstarch on the area where there is  bleeding. It will help it to stop immediately. This remedy can be used on animals as well as humans.  

Cornstarch, Cornflower – Home remedy for Jock Itch: You must use it when your body is dry after you have had a bath. Cornstarch can prevent chafing. Apply it a couple times per day for up to two weeks.

Cornstarch, Cornflower - Home remedy for Perspiration (Excessive Sweating):  Apply corn starch powder generously under your armpits or in the areas which sweat excessively. Then dust off the excess cornstarch.

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