A wonderful smelling plant, lemongrass is a popular ingredient in Asian cuisines that have beef, chicken, seafood, soup, and even tea.
Its subtle citrusy aroma not only adds flavor to food but also acts as a tonic to the body and supports a healthy digestive system.
Beyond that, lemongrass essential oil has antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammation and antioxidant properties. Using it on a frequent basis will help you develop and maintain good health.
Pure lemongrass essential oil
- Promotes a healthy digestive system when used internally
- Can be used to prevent gastric ulcers or reduce their effects
- Its tonic properties boost your feelings of vigor and rejuvenation
- Improves overall health thanks to its antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammation and antioxidant properties.
How to use
- Add a few drops of lemongrass oil to food when preparing meals.
- After a long day of work, add 1 to 2 drops of lemongrass oil to your favorite carrier oil and massage it on the skin.
- To relieve a headache, add a few drops to a handkerchief and inhale, or rub the oil on your temples.
This lemongrass oil is potent and shouldn’t be in direct contact with the skin. Always dilute with a carrier oil before use. This will prevent skin damage and irritation.
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