Lemon Grass

The highly fragrant leaves of this herb is traditionally used in cooking and making teas.
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Lemon Grass

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Also called West Indian lemon grass or fever grass, this herb has narrow, leafy stalks with arching, green, linear-shaped leaves. The span of this plant can reach a width of 90 centimetres and a height of 1.2 metres. It can be planted year-round in moist, well-drained soil and full sunlight. The leaves have a rich, aromatic lemon fragrance and can be used either fresh or dried. The crushed stalk produces a lemony flavor which is used in a variety of dishes, such as curries, seafood, poultry dishes, and soups. This herb also has several medicinal properties as  leaves can be placed in bathwater to treat cuts and wounds, reduce swelling and improve blood circulation.

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Cymbopogon citratus

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