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    USE OF LEMON GRASS OIL Lemongrass is a perennial plant from grass family and is native to the tropical and subtropical area of India, Indonesia, Guatemala, and Sri Lanka. It flourishes in a slightly sandy soil and a moist and warm climate. This herb grows upright and in large clumps to a mature height of about 3 feet. Its leaves are dark green with sharp edges like lawn grass when it is larger. Both, lemongrass parts as well as its oil have been used in the treatment for digestive disturbances, behavioral problems, headaches, nervous system sedative, infection fighter and menstrual irregularities. Also, it is known as fever grass, because it can bring down fever. In combination with black pepper, it is much more effective against fever. Antibacterial/Antifungal: The active constituent of Lemon grass oil is citral and it is found to be antibacterial and antifungal in its properties Antipyretic: Antipyretics are substances that can bring down a high fever. Lemongrass oil has the ability to do just this and is often used in tea to reduce dangerously high fevers. It is able to reduce a high fever by encouraging perspiration. Lemon grass oil is effective as anti - inflammatory and antioxidant, carminative, sedative, Topical Pain Relief, Mood Enhancement, Facial Sauna, Muscle Relaxer, Facial Mask, Headache Relief, Insomnia Help, Treating Shock, Joint Pain, wound Treatment, Heartburn, flea Repellant, Insect Repellant, Acne, Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure, Athlete’s Foot, Fatigue, Detoxification, For more info visit us at http://yarokbiotech.com/bizFloat/5a16ac33c711f30760d8f797/USE-OF-LEMON-GRASS-OIL-Lemongrass-is-a-perennial-plant-from-grass-family-and-is-native-to-the-tropical-and-subtropical-area-of-India-Indonesia-Guatemala-and-Sri-Lanka-It-flourishes-in-a-slightly-sandy-soil-and-a-
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