The tall tropical grass has a fresh, citrus scent that’s popular in household products like detergents, room sprays, and even insecticides. There are variety of other species available.
extracted through the process of steam distillation of fresh and partially dried lemongrass leaves. Lemongrass essential oil is pale yellow with lemon like odor. .
The main constituents of its essential oil are up to 85% Aldehydes (Citral, Neral, Geranial, Citronellal), up to 20% Terpenes (Myrcene, Limonene.
Lemongrass oil has a fresh clean scent, which can rejuvenate, invigorate the body and relieve symptoms of tension, tiredness, headache, and stress. It also can help with respiratory issues, sore throat, and fever, and has antiviral and antibacterial elements. It can also work to keep pets clean of fleas, ticks and lice. As the name implies, lemongrass smells just like lemons, but it is milder, sweeter, and far less sour. This grass is used in countless beverages (including tea), desserts and other forms of culinary creations as a flavoring agent. It is widely used in Chinese and Thai recipes. It grows and spreads very fast like any other grass and fetches a good price in the market, which makes it a profitable and common item in organic and mainstream markets. It is analgesic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant, antiparasitic, antiseptic, mosquito repellant.
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