Due to its sedative action, the consumption of lemongrass is beneficial to the nervous system, and to the digestive system by calming the disorders. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects, lemongrass is effectively used in cases of fevers.
Stressed, anxious? It also has effects on stress and anxiety, and hypertension.
In particular, it helps to lower blood sugar levels. Not to mention its action to repel mosquitoes of course.
How to use lemongrass leaves?
Infuse 15 g of leaves per 1 l of boiling water for about 10 minutes. Consume up to 3 times a day
To combat flu-like conditions. One cup is enough, after the meal, to facilitate digestion or promote falling asleep.
It can also be dissolved in bath water or used in friction, to fight against febrile states or fatigue. It is also stimulating and revitalizing in a foot bath.