Lemongrass

An integral flavor in Sri Lankan and Thai cooking, lemongrass and its subtle citrus aroma is beloved around the world.

Lemongrass diffuses a mixture of fresh, citrusy and earthy aroma. A natural insect repellant, it is used not only in cuisines but also to adorn and scent any space.

Benefits
Highly versatile, lemongrass is an ingredient in cuisines, teas, and herbal medicine. Its oil is used in perfumes and cosmetics. Concealing unpleasant odors, this fresh-smelling herb invigorates the senses, revitalizes tired body and mind and combats jetlag.
History
Native to India and Sri Lanka, it has been known that lemongrass has been distilled for export as early as 17th century in the Philippines. The plant was introduced to Jamaica in 1799.
Source
Thailand
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