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Product Status Lemongrass Infusion
Type Herbal Tea
Main Ingredients Lemongrass
Weight 200 grams
Price $16.49
Shipping FREE  shipping worldwide
Size 100 bags
Ideal For Aids digestion, Reduces Excess fats, LDL Cholesterol, Body toxins and Blood pressure, Good for skin, Muscle and tissue toner



Few people know that another name for Lemongrass is citronella - the common scent you usually find in candles, perfumes and soaps.

Citronella is known for its calming effect that relieves insomnia or stress. It is also considered as a mild insect repellant. But more than scent, lemon grass provides a lot of health benefits. Studies have shown that the lemon grass has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Mixed with pepper, it's a home therapy for menstrual troubles and nausea. Drank as tea, it is an effective diuretic.

Lemon grass is a good cleanser that helps to detoxify the Liver, pancreas, kidney, bladder and the digestive tract. It cuts down uric acid, cholesterol, excess fats and other toxins in the body while stimulating digestion, blood circulation, and lactation; it also alleviates indigestion and gastroenteritis. It is said that lemongrass also helps improve the skin by reducing acne and pimples and acts as a muscle and tissue toner. Also, it can reduce blood pressure. Just make a concoction by boiling some lemon grass leaves, let it cool for a while and drink the liquid.

The leaves and base of this tender perennial are used as a food flavoring, particularly in fish and poultry dishes, and its essential oils are used medicinally. Its distinctive flavor balances hot chillies and contributes to the elaborate, multi-layered flavors of many dishes in South East Asian cuisine.

As the long, thin, grey-green leaves are tough and fibrous, the outside leaves and the tips are usually chopped very finely or discarded from the dish before it is served. The base is often ground. Citral, an essential oil also found in lemon peel, is the constituent responsible for its taste and aroma.

Lemon grass, also known as Sweet Rush and sometimes called Fever Grass in the Caribbean, can be used as a remedy for ague, fevers, and colds.

After a nice big meal, or even a small one, for that matter, it is a good idea to have a cup or two of Lemongrass Tea. Whether you are at home or a restaurant that offers a good tea selection, such as London’s own, No. 10 Chinese Restaurant, Lemongrass tea is available to help in your healthy lifestyle. Lemongrass itself is widely used in Thai Cuisine, which is known for healthy aspects, but it is also available in a tea form, and can give the same health benefits. It sounds simple, but this simple tip after you are done eating can help in a variety of ways.

Although any tea will help, certain teas such as the herbal favorite, Lemongrass tea helps to aide in digestion. A more thorough digestion allows your body to better process the foods, and eliminate the fats. Other teas such as Green tea and similar blends such as White Jasmine or Rose, help your body burn calories. Each tea will help lower the fat absorbed from your meal, making it more healthy.

Lemongrass Infusion helps free your body from the preservatives, chemicals, fatty acids, and toxins that may be in your food. We all like to think the foods we are eating is clean and free of anything that can hurt us, but with fried foods, fast foods, packaged foods, and the many color and flavor additives that are in foods, this is not the case. A good cup or two of tea after your meal can help cleanse your body of these toxins.

We have all eaten meals, where afterwards we feel like a bowling ball is sitting in our stomach. Either we were eating too much, or the food is slow to digest. Either way, the sluggish feeling remains. Lemongrass tea helps to aide in the digestion process. This will help to lower fat, but it will also help us feel better after the meal. With our body digesting our food properly, and being well hydrated,  lemongrass tea works well in such an instance.

Overall, a cup of Lemongrass tea after eating is an easy addition to a healthy lifestyle.

Contains no chemical additives.

At Beautique Thai, we believe strongly in the efficacy of natural remedies to maintain the body's balance. In addition to the use of any product, you should maintain a healthy lifestyle by eating fresh fruit and vegetables every day, drinking plenty of water, and undertaking good aerobic exercise for a minimum of 30 minutes per day. If you are taking any medication, we strongly suggest you consult your medical practitioner before adding any new oral remedy, herbal or otherwise.

If you have any questions about this or any other Beautique Thai product, mail us at We will do our best to help you.


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