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Identity and origin
Common Name Lemongrass, Fever Grass
Botanical Name Cymbopogon Citratus
Botanical Family Poaceae
Origin Asia, Africa and Australia
Vitmain A. Vitamin B1. Vitamin B2. Vitamin B3. Vitamin B5. Vitamin B6. Vitamin C. Potassium. Calcium. Magnesium. Phosphorus. Manganese. Copper. Zinc. Iron. Silica. Borneol. Citral. Citronellal. Geraniol. Monoterpene. Myrcene. Alkaloids. Saponins.
Avoid large doses during pregnancy. Consult your primary healthcare practitioner.
Cardiovascular System (heart health)
Endocrine System (thyroid and pineal health "sleep aid")
Integumentary System (skin and hair health)
Nervous System (brain and nerve health)
Immunity System (antibacterial)
Urinary System (kidney health)
Digestive System (stomach and intestinal health)
Respiratory System (bronchial and lung health)
Skeletal System (joint health)
Chakra System (solar plexus health)
Lemongrass oil can be used as a natural pesticide. Lemongrass is sometimes grown in gardens to help ward away unwanted insects. Lemongrass has also been known to help with headaches and break fevers.
It's been used to ward off evil and to bring good luck in love affairs. It's also used to purify and cleanse.
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January 9 2017 // Researcher: Clinton D. Hawley
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