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n Latin name:
Cymbopogon citratus; part used: leaves; uses: antitussive, antirheumatic, antiseptic, anxiolytic, antibacterial, antifungal, insomnia, vomiting, high blood pressure, fever; precautions: none known. Also called
capim-cidrao, Guatemala lemongrass, or
Madagascar lemongrass.
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In Asia, Lemongrass is widely used to treat cold and cough and other respiratory conditions, including bronchial asthma.
Owner Shobu Barua said: "Arisara trained the chefs at Lemongrass, the menu is based on her recipes.
The 115-seat, 5,355 ft 2 restaurant, which has outdoor seating as well, offers signature menu items, such as the Lemongrass set, guay tiew tom yum soup and pad Thai.
O'Cain flew out with locally-sourced Virginia oats for Snow Your Oats, so in the spirit of using Virginia ingredients again, he brought fresh lemongrass with him this year.
At reduced concentrations, lemongrass oil is very lethal to the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which spreads Zika, dengue, chikungunya and other tropical diseases.
In a saucepan, bring the chicken broth, lime leaves, ginger and lemongrass to a boil for 5 minutes.
Amy Impellizzeri's literary experiment, Lemongrass Hope, showcases everything that is right and wrong about married existence, while turning on an alternative lighthouse as a beacon of optimism.
The Mint, Aloe and Lemongrass Infusion offers an unusual mix with the zesty freshness of sauvignon blanc.
com)-- All attending celebrities will receive an all natural hand crafted Lemongrass soap bar in their swag bags from Zoe Natural Creations.
Malay Chicken Curry with lemongrass jasmine rice (380g) ~~~ a fragrant, spicy and creamy curry inspired from a traditional recipe.
Scientists in South Korea examined the potential of a carnauba wax and lemongrass oil nanoemulsion coating to increase the microbial safety and shelf life of plums.