Lemongrass Tea

Research led by Dr. Rivka Ofir and Prof. Yakov Weinstein, of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology in Israel, found that the compound that produces the Lemongrass Tea scent in this herb, kills cancer cells in test tubes, while leaving healthy cells intact.

Lemongrass Tea

The study found that citral, the aromatic substance found in lemongrass or, lemon grass, causes cancer cells to “kill themselves” by a mechanism called programmed cell death.

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The researchers observed that a drink with only one gram of lemon grass seems to have the necessary amount of citral to propel the cancer cells to commit suicide. More research on the potential of this herb to fight cancer continues.

How to make Lemongrass Tea and its benefits

Today we will learn to create a recipe for Lemongrass tea which is very beneficial for our health.

Lemongrass has healing properties that improve our body. Among these properties, the most outstanding are:
– Lemongrass is good against hypertension and cardiovascular disorders.

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– Helps the respiratory and digestive system.

– It is good against vomiting, heartburn, headache, to lower fever, against dizziness, lower cholesterol and dizziness.
– Serves as antibacterial and antispasmodic.
In order to benefit from all these properties and more, you need to know how to prepare lemongrass tea.

Lemongrass Tea Recipe


Put 4 cups of water in a basin.
Add 10 leaves of lemongrass.
Let the leaves and water boil for 10 minutes over medium heat.
Sweeten with honey or sugar to taste. (Optional, it is preferable that it is little or no sweetener)
Lemongrass tea is good to take cold or hot in the morning or at night.
So far the recipe and hopefully serve them to improve their health. Below, more information about lemongrass.
More information about the leaf of the Lemongrass:

It has been used in Indian medicine to treat infections and fever. Recent research has shown that it also acts as a sedative of the nervous system. Its vapors help fight fatigue, clear and animate the mind, headaches, migraines and neuralgia as well as contributing to the relief of depression states. It has antibacterial, antiseptic and deodorant properties. It is also used as an insecticide parasiticide and antipolilla. Effective to regulate excessive perspiration as well as oily skin and hair. It is possible that it acts as a general tonic of the organism, balancing the heart and stimulating the nervous system. This is why it is useful during a convalescence to regain tone, spirit and balance. Helps relieve gastrointestinal pain including stomach cramps.

In the Garden the lemongrass also helps against the pests, because it repels them and their roots are preferred for the ants, so save your other plants from the ants.
You will be amazed at the wonderful benefits of eating Lemongrass or Lemongrass.

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Lemongrass or lemongrass is rich in vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A, several vitamins of group B, vitamin C, manganese, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus,

Lemongrass is also known as malojillo or lemon grass. It is a plant that has great antiseptic (germ-destroying), digestive, bronchiolitic (relieves respiratory and lung diseases), It is a powerful natural detoxification and can also be used as insect repellent. This plant is grown in very hot climates and its consumption is mainly through aromatics, those “papelitos” that come with the ground or crushed plant inside, same that are introduced in a container with boiling water so that their properties begin to come out, for its subsequent intake. That is the easiest and most common way to consume lemongrass tea. As an extra data, Asians add this plant to their food, especially soups.
Lemongrass or lemongrass tea may attack cancer.

Currently there is a growing body of research on the anti-carcinogenic properties of lemongrass or lemongrass tea.

It is believed that lemon grass tea could help fight cancer


Medicinal uses of lemongrass.

In natural medicine, lemoncillo, is used to treat high blood pressure, seizures, fever, stomach problems, flu, headaches, muscle aches, joint pains, inflammations, cancer, fungal infections, etc.

Lemongrass has also been used to treat high cholesterol, gastritis and stress related to nervous tension. Additionally it is an effective insect repellent.

Its effectiveness in laboratory studies suggests that lemongrass may have benefits in some of these diseases, but there is no compelling evidence to ensure it.

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One of the most common uses of lemongrass or lemongrass tea is to lower fever. It has a cooling effect that helps lower the high temperature.

Another use of lemongrass or lemongrass is that it detoxifies the liver, cleans the pancreas, kidneys, bladder and urinary tract. It also reduces uric acid, cholesterol and other toxins in the body.

It is also said that lemongrass tea or lemongrass cleanses the skin reducing the appearance of pimples and giving vigor to the tissues.

Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

The polyphenols found in lemongrass are powerful antioxidants can be effective in reducing degenerative conditions such as cancer and arthritis.

Studies published between 2004 and 2005 found that lemongrass antioxidants are effective in limiting the oxidation of enzymes and fat cells and that their antioxidants helped reduce the symptoms of arthritis.

Contraindications in the use of lemongrass.

This aromatic herb is generally considered safe when used in short periods and is generally recognized as safe in the United States.

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Healing and Medicinal Properties of Lemongrass
El Limoncillo, name in English: Lemongrass, Scientific name: Cymbopogon citratus. It is a perennial plant that is characterized by thin, long leaves. It is found mostly in Asian countries. As the name implies, the lemon grass shares the same smell as the lemon fruit, but has a softer and sweeter flavor.

Lemongrass is an herb also called “fever”, and is a plant that is part of the herbal base commonly used in Asian cuisine, due to its delicious aroma and powerful flavor. In addition to its culinary applications, lemongrass is also used as a complementary or alternative remedy for a wide range of conditions.

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Lemongrass is an excellent source of vitamin A and vitamin C. It also contains folic acid, magnesium, zinc, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, iron, calcium and copper. Finally, Lemongrass contains trace amounts of B vitamins.

Properties of Lemongrass for Health. 

Digestive help
Lemongrass is an excellent digestive. Its antiseptic properties kill harmful bacteria and parasites that can invade the digestive tract and can take the place of beneficial bacteria found in the colon.

This positive effect of lemongrass helps in the treatment of common digestive diseases such as constipation, indigestion, heartburn, abdominal distension, vomiting, abdominal cramps, stomach pains and flatulence. In addition, it has antimicrobial properties that help relieve the pain of gastroenteritis.

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Regulates cholesterol levels.
Lemongrass Tea has anti-cholesterol qualities that significantly reduce the rate of cholesterol absorption throughout the intestinal tract. In addition, it helps in the process of oxidation of bad cholesterol in the blood, therefore effectively stops the accumulation of plaque along the walls of blood vessels.