Friday, October 13, 2017

The benefits of drinking lemongrass tea

Lemongrass is an integral part of Thai, Vietnamese and Sri Lankan cuisines. Traditionally, people have made a hot tea from the leaves and sometimes along with the roots for the treatment of fevers, coughs and colds.

Lemongrass is thought by the Chinese to be good for arthritis. The tea is the most effective treatment to minimize the itchiness.
To make lemongrass tea with fresh lemongrass, take 2-3 stalks of lemongrass and cut into 3-inch pieces. Place in saucepan and with 4.5 cups of purified water, bring to a boil, and then simmer 5-10 minutes.

Allow tea to cool. Place in a blender with other ingredients, and blend. The tea will promote digestion. It is thought to produce a very mild sedative effect that can help people to relax and soothe the body before the treatments begin.
The benefits of drinking lemongrass tea

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