Urban Platter Fresh Thai Lemongrass, 250g [Exotic, Detoxifier, Antioxidant effects]
Lemongrass is also known by Cymbopogon. It grows in dense clumps that can grow 6 feet in height and 4 feet in width. Although lemon grass is central to Asian cuisine, especially Thai, it works well in Western dishes, too. This mixing of flavours is sometimes called ‘fusion’. It is used as a medicinal herb in India and it is common in Asian cuisine. In African and South American countries, it is popularly used for making tea. It contains substances that are used to alleviate muscle pain, reduce fever, and to stimulate uterus and menstrual flow.
- Relieves headaches
- Reduces stomach aches
- Alleviates abdominal and muscle pain
- Reduces fever
- Boosts energy
How to use/ Directions
- Use whole lemon grass in stews and curries.
- Chop and use in marinades and soups or add to stir-fries.
- Use as a stalk in a bottle of vodka for cocktails