Lemongrass,also known as Capim-cidrao,Fever Tea,Melissa Grass,and Sereh,is native to tropical Southeast Asia.
- Basic Botanical Info of Lemongrass.
- Introduction and Plant Description:Cymbopogon Schoenanthus.
- How to grow lemongrass.
- Lemongrass Main constituents and Phytochemicals.
- Lemon grass and its Origin:Cymbopogon Schoenanthus.
- How to Use Lemongrass.
- Pharmacology and Activities:Lemongrass Actions and Indications.
- Herbal remedies using Lemon grass (Cymbopogon citratus).
- Medicinal Uses of Lemongrass.
- Lemon Grass Preparations and Use Guide.
- Administration and Suggestions:Lemongrass.
- Using Lemongrass Essential oil.
- Research Update:lemongrass.
Applications and Properties:
Induce sleep and anti-depression.
Ascaricidal and Antiascariasis activity.
Antioxidant activity.Anti-cancer activity.
Antiseptic and astringent.
Magic and Superstition.
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 remedy against nematodes and the oil shows activity against some bacteria. It also contains five constituents that inhibit blood coagulation. Lemongrass is used to relieve skin problems, sore throats and respiratory problems. In traditional medicine, Lemongrass is used to combat anxiety, insomnia, stomach problems, hypertension, and fever
Lemongrass has been used to treat internal parasites, stomach disorders, hypertension, and fever. Lemongrass has also been shown to contain antifungal and antimicrobial properties.
Dosage: 2-3 Stalks for 4 servings.
Safety and Toxicity:
Precautions: Lemongrass is not known to be harmful when taken in recommended dosages, though it is important to remember that the long-term effects of taking the herb (in any amount) have not been investigated. The essential oil should not be used internally by children, women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, or people with liver or kidney disease.
- 1.Lemongrass,also known as Capim-cidrao,Fever Tea,Melissa Grass,and Sereh,is native to tropical Southeast Asia.
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