Traditionally used to help support internal bugs, stomach disorders,
fever, respiratory problems and more. *
Mrs "I was very satified with the product, so I ordered it again. It is not easy to find lemongrass in capsule form and I am happy you carry the organic lemon grass. Thank you" -- Delilah (Real Estate Investor)
Lemongrass, also known as Capim-cidrao, Fever Tea, Melissa Grass, and Sereh, is native to tropical Southeast Asia. The leaves of Lemongrass are added to salads and used in Vietnamese and Thai curries. Lemongrass is used in herbal teas and other nonalcoholic beverages. The oil of Lemongrass is used in candy and baked goods, and also used as a topical product for athlete's foot, and muscle soreness. Oil from lemongrass is also widely used as a fragrance in perfumes and cosmetics, such as soaps and creams.
Internally, Lemongrass is considered a carminative and insect repellent. Lemongrass is believed to have antimicrobial and antifungal properties and it acts as a central nervous system depressant. Lemongrass is a specific supportive against nematodes and the oil shows activity against some bacteria. It also contains five constituents that inhibit blood coagulation. Lemongrass can be used to help support skin problems, sore throats and respiratory problems. Traditionally, Lemongrass can be used to combat anxiety, insomnia, stomach problems, hypertension, and fever.
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