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Lemon Grass
Lemon Grass
Lemon Grass
Lemon Grass
Lemon Grass

Lemon Grass

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Scientific name:  Cymbopogon citratus

Common name: Lemon Grass, West Indian Lemon Grass, 'chai patti' (mali language)  - always confirm reliability of plants intended for food from a credible source before consuming. We at Khushboo Nursery take utmost care to deliver exactly what we describe and put real actual images of plants sold, however it is standard industry practice by many small nursery owners to sell a different plant species if the one the customer is looking for is unavailable. Beware of such behaviour and always watch out for your health by being using your best judgement. Stay safe. 



10 Reasons to have a lemon grass plant at home.

Lemongrass, also called citronella, is a tall, stalky plant. It has a fresh, lemony aroma and a citrus flavour. It’s a common ingredient in Thai cooking and bug repellent. Lemongrass essential oil is used in aromatherapy to freshen the air, reduce stress, and uplift the mood.
Lemongrass is also used as a folk remedy to promote sleep, relieve pain, and boost immunity. One of the most popular ways to enjoy lemongrass is tea. Keep reading to learn how drinking lemongrass tea may help deliver these potential health benefits.

1. It has antioxidant properties

2. It has antimicrobial properties

3. It has anti-inflammatory properties

4. It may reduce your cancer risk

5. It may help promote healthy digestion

6. It may act as a diuretic

7.It may help reduce high systolic blood pressure

8.It may help reduce high systolic blood pressure

9. It may help you lose weight

10. It may help relieve symptoms of PMS

How to use

There isn’t enough research on lemongrass tea to recommend a standard dosage for any condition. For dosing recommendations, consult your doctor or a qualified natural health practitioner.
To limit your risk of side effects, start with one cup daily. If you tolerate this well, you can drink more. Stop drinking the tea or cut back if you experience side effects.
To make lemongrass tea:

Pour 1 cup boiling water over 1 to 3 teaspoons fresh or dried lemongrass

Steep for at least five minutes

Strain the tea

Enjoy hot or add ice cubes for iced lemongrass tea

If you don’t like drinking lemongrass, try cooking with it. Add a stalk or two to your favorite soup — it pairs well with chicken noodle. You can also add it to poultry or fish before baking. You can eat lemongrass raw, however, mince it well since it tends to be stringy.