Native to India, this tropical grass is widely used throughout Asia in cuisines and healing teas. With a citrusy flavor and aroma, lemongrass contains Citral, an essential oil this is used in sweet, lemony perfumes, and is also known to be an antibacterial, antiseptic and antiviral. This particular tea must be boiled in water instead of just brewed to release all of its healthy benefits.
Lemongrass tea brewing method: Take about 3 grams (1 tsp.) of dry lemongrass brew with 250cc (8 oz.) hot water, stand for 5-10 minutes then ready to drink, or mix with other herbal. Drinking lemongrass tea has a powerful antiseptic effect, which can prevent various infectious diseases and can cure stomach pain, diarrhea, headache, fever, and influenza.
In Thailand, a popular delicious digestive tea is made using lemongrass, fresh mint, and fresh ginger. Regular use of lemongrass has been proven to reduce belly fat.