- Botanical Name : Cymbopogon Citratus
- Family Name : Poaceae
- Common Name : Lemongrass, Ginger Grass
- Part Used : Lemongrass Leaves, Lemongrass Oil.
- Habitat : Culivated in north india.
- Product offered : Lemongrass Leaves, Lemongrass Oil
As a medicinal plant, lemongrass has been considered a carminative and insect repellent. It is used in herbal teas and other nonalcoholic beverages in baked goods, and in confections. Oil from lemongrass is widely used as a fragrance in perfumes and cosmetics, such as soaps and creams. Citral, extracted from the oil, is used in flavoring soft drinks in scenting soaps and detergents, as a fragrance in perfumes and cosmetics, and as a mask for disagreeable odors in several industrial products. Citral is also used in the synthesis of ionones used in perfumes and cosmetics. Source of lemongrass oil used to flavor teas, ice cream, candy, pastries, desserts and chewing gum. Also used in cosmetics and perfumes. Quick growing clumps. Can be used instead of the classic lemongrass (Thai) in culinary dishes. The oil is used in perfume, makeup, soap, hair products, cleaner, antifungal agents, incense, and potpourri. Lemongrass oil revitalizes the body and relieves the symptoms of jetlag, clears headaches and helps to combat nervous exhaustion and stress-related conditions.