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In the Caribbean, it is known as Fever Grass. Lemongrass can be traced back to ancient Greek and Roman times. Some scholars are even producing research claiming that it is referenced in the Bible. In many Asian cultures, lemongrass is consumed in many recipes and in India, it is highly cherished as an oil. In Chinese traditional medicine, this plant is noted to warm the Interior and/or expel cold from the body. This is in relation to the Ying and Yang system of inner balance. Besides medicinal qualities, this herb is used in soaps, shampoos, and essential oils to aid in relaxation.
A popular tonic in East India and Sri Lanka combines lemongrass leaves with other herbs to treat the following:
- Irregular menstruation,
This is a simple tea with a deep lemon flavour. Ideal for a soothing cup of something warm to sip on before bed.