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Lemon Grass, Cut
For your compounding needs.
Lemongrass is often used in herbal teas, and nonalcoholic beverages, as well as for flavoring in many baked goods, and confections.
The fine oils from lemongrass are widely used for fragrance in perfumes & personal care items, such as soaps and creams.
A fragrance called Citral, extracted from the oil, is used in flavoring soft drinks in scenting soaps and detergents, as a fragrance in perfumes and cosmetics.
Lemon Grass has long been used for all types of compounding. Soap, salves, Herbal Tea, Sachets, Dream Pillows, Bath Herbs are just a few of the many great products made with this wonderful botanical.
Commonly used as a food spice. It has a strong scent that makes it useful for food flavoring. However, it also works well for medicinal purposes.
In India, lemon grass is a popular remedy for skin infections of ringworm. But lemon grass is most commonly used to treat digestive problems such as cramps and gas. In more traditional uses Lemongrass is used to reduce fever and can be applied to joints to relieve arthritis.
It is said to have Antifungal and Antispasmodic uses too.
Description: Lemon Grass Cut or Lemongrass
Botanical Name: Cymbopogon Citratus
Origin: Thailand , United States
Uses: Soaps, Herb Tea, Sachets, Dream Pillows, Bath salts, Herbs
Comments: Green, crunchier texture & smaller cuts than the lemon grass mexican
Before use, research your formulations.
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