Lemon Grass (Cymbopogon Citratus) Tea, Seasoning, 100 g
Lemongrass tea in Thailand is drunk as an antidepressant and an anesthetic. It is brewed from dried tea leaves and lemon sorghum, often used as a seasoning for dishes of national cuisine. It smells pleasantly lemon and tastes like a lemon-coffee mixture with spicy notes. It, unlike most Thai teas, is often served cold.
Useful properties of lemongrass:
- soothes at a stressful condition, improves sleep
- used for headaches
- helps with muscle pain
- has a beneficial effect on digestion
- promotes the general strengthening of the body
- Effective in the treatment of the common cold, sinusitis, sinusitis, frontal sinuses
- contributes to the removal of toxins and toxins
- activates blood circulation
- activates the immune system and regenerates connective tissues
- stimulates the vasomotor and respiratory center
- facilitates the course of infectious diseases
- is an effective sweatshop
- helps with flatulence
- has bactericidal and anti-inflammatory properties
Mode of application:
One tablespoon of tea pour a glass of boiling water and let it brew for about three minutes.
Individual intolerance of components.
A day is not recommended to drink more than 2 glasses.
Lemongrass (Cymbopogon), Pandanus.
I had lemongrass tea in Asia and searched high and low to bring my own loose leaf home. I ordered a couple of ounces from Chinese Tea Culture to try theirs and it was exactly what I was looking for. When I was overseas, it was served with honey, CTCs, I drink plain. I just ordered four more ounces and this batch came even faster! This tea helps to calm me, as well as help when I get nausea from frequent migraines. It is now my go to tea, I always offer it to my guests, and I suggest it to everyone who is looking for a good medicinal, delicious green tea. Now back to my pot of lemongrass!