Saturday, 19 May 2012


Lemongrass is a plant member of the tribe of grasses commonly used as spices or herbs to scent food mosquito repellent. Beneath a fragrant smell, lemongrass plants store a variety of medical and health benefits.
Research has shown that leaves of lemongrass contains anti-microbial and anti-bacterial. The content is especially useful in treating infections of the stomach, intestines, urinary tract and wounds. Lemongrass is known efficacious as a diuretic herb, relieving spasm and antirheumatic. Lemongrass can also be taken in the form of lemongrass tea as a diuretic and detoxifying herb. Diuretic properties of lemongrass helps to normalize the water balance in the body and remove excess water. It can help you lose weight a few pounds and make the body look slimmer.

Some people believe that lemongrass can help cure various diseases such as typhoid fever, skin infections, food poisoning and body odor. In addition, the content of analgesic compounds in lemongrass oil can help relieve the pain of headaches, joint pain and muscle aches.

Not only that, lemongrass also has anti-piretik beneficial in lowering the heat. Therefore, the lemongrass is very well provided for people who are experiencing a fever.  Lemongrass oil (Citronella Oil) can be used as a natural deodorizer, anti-insect so as to prevent mosquito bites or the bites of leeches, to reduce the itching of the skin, as a laxative sweat, body warmers, and when used for bathing to relieve sore or tired, Eliminate muscle pain, relaxation, overcome jet lag, warm the body.   Due to the many benefits of lemongrass lemongrass essential oil aromatherapy is a natural anti-bacterial containing.

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