food, Health

Why is it Necessary to have Lemongrass in the Yard?

The reason will surprise you. Lemongrass is a versatility learn with a wonderfully poignant lemon flavor and smell with a lot of benefits. Easy to grow and both a delicious and nutritious addition to your diet as well as a natural mosquito repellent. The benefits of lemongrass add to your nourishing summer and more. It is rich source of important vitamins such as vitamin  A, B2, B2, B3, B5, B6, vitamin c and folate along with many important minerals such as calcium potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, copper iron and zinc. Lemongrass is also a significant Source of antioxidants, flavonoids, anti- fungal and anti-microbial compounds.

Lemongrass tea helps with digestion, stomach pains, and detox. Numerous studies confirmed that lemon grass commonly used as tea is highly effective in fighting various stomach infections, prevent ulcers, promote clarity and excretion and is beneficial for medicine for vomiting, stomach ache and stiffness.

Lemongrass also helps flush toxins from the system thus aiding in the regulation of internal organs and maintaining digestive health. Drinking a cup of lemongrass tea before each meal helps regulate digestion and improve metabolism, allowing your body to utilize the nutrition you consume better. It also improves the absorption and oxygenation of fatty acid. Lemongrass for insomnia and nervous system.

Lemongrass helps calm the muscles and mind for better and deeper sleep. It is also fighting nerves, vertigo and possibly helping fight diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. The more research needs to be done to prove the efficacy of lemongrass for these serious illnesses, the stress reduction properties would be a great benefit to anyone battling such health crisis without side effects of usage.

Benefits of Lemongrass for the Skin and Hair Lemongrass brightens skin and cleanses skin naturally, antibacterial and promotes strong healthy hair growth while balancing oil production. Leaving a pleasant and stress relieving lemony perfume.

Benefits of Lemongrass for colds and Flue

The benefits of lemongrass are well documented to help you recover from a cold or flu. It is very effective in reducing fever. Fighting infections and lightens aches and pains. It also relieves cough and congestion. Lemongrass is proven effective in treating many health issues. Including boos immune system, lowering cholesterol, treatments for asthma, rheumatism, diabetes and more.

Lemongrass is a natural mosquito repellent. Lemongrass with clear and lemon scent is so closely associated with citronella. Plants with essential oils are widely used for candles and mosquito sprays. Simple growth of plants in your garden will result in preventing mosquitos. An effective insect spray is to be made at home using lemongrass with some essential oils. Lemongrass is also a great addition to soups, boil, stir fry, salad, curry, vegetables, rice, marinade, and drinks.

Lemongrass can be used fresh, dried, frozen or as distilled in an essential oil. Lemongrass is great fragrant addition to your garden. Easy to grow with a refreshing taste and aroma. A delicious and nutritious addition to your cooking, a natural insect repellant and its good for the skin and hair. That’s why you should plant lemongrass in your garden.  

Disclaimer: This is for informational and educational purposes only. Always consult health Professionals for advice and questions regarding health conditions.        


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