Yucca extract is a natural surfactant or wetting agent. Helps water and nutrients penetrate deeper into the root zone, produces uniform and even water distribute in a foliar spray and also helps keep drip emitter lines from clogging.
Yucca is used for osteoarthritis, high blood pressure, migraine headaches, inflammation of the intestine (colitis), high cholesterol, stomach disorders, diabetes, poor circulation, and liver and gallbladder disorders.
Some people apply yucca directly to the skin for sores, skin diseases, bleeding, sprains, joint pain, baldness, and dandruff.
In manufacturing, yucca extract is used as a foaming and flavoring agent in carbonated beverages. Many compounds from yucca have been used in the manufacture of new drugs.
The Health Benefits of Yucca:
Yucca contains high amounts of vitamin C and antioxidants, both of which can benefit the immune system and overall health.
Vitamin C stimulates the production and activity of white blood cells, which fight infections and viruses.
The antioxidants yucca contains protect us from cell mutations and damage from destructive molecules called free radicals.
2.Eases arthritis pain
Native Americans have long used yucca for relief from arthritis symptoms, and yucca supplements (often in tablet form) are frequently taken for the same purpose today. Yucca has anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe pain.
3.Benefits skin health
Yucca provides multiple skin benefits. Studies have shown that yucca has photoprotective properties, and it may be able to protect against sun damage better than some commercial SPFs.
Yucca extract, which is sometimes added to lotions, soaps, or shampoos, can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions.