LEMONGRASS also Known as Lemongrass, Ginger Grass


Botanical Name
Family Name
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Common Name
Cymbopogon Citratus
Lemongrass Leaves, Lemongrass Oil.
Culivated in north india.
Leaves, Oil
Lemongrass, Ginger Grass


Culinary Uses:
Use as kebab stick
World's favourite herb tea.
Leaf buds and chopped stems add a lemon flavour to oriental dishes, soups, marinades, stir-fries, curries, salads and pickles
Combine with coconut milk in dishes using fish, seafood and chicken
Ground, dried lemon grass is an alternative for lemon rind

Medicinal Uses. It is said that:
Rich in Vitamin A.
Treat dyspeptic disorders, colds, nervous conditions and exhaustion
Antiseptic - oily skin cleanser
Suitable for children
Ease arthritis pains - bring down fever.
Tea from the fresh leaves is a tonic and stimulant
Remedies liver complaints
Digestive herb: Relax muscles- relieves cramping pains, colic and flatulence
Fever- reducing herb
Paste of the leaves are applied on ringworm

Other Uses:
Good hair rinse
Insect repellent