Lemongrass Iced Tea


Dried lemon grass leaves to make a zesty, refreshing drink that is highly satisfying both hot and cold. A native of South East Asia, Lemon Grass was introduced to these parts with the growing popularity of Thai cuisine. It has a light lemony taste, with slight hint of ginger. And is known to lift a sagging spirit, as well as aid digestion. Recent studies also show that Lemon Grass has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Best of all, it tastes great. If you have yet to try it, we recommend it highly. Naturally caffeine-free.  

Lemon Grass is a member of the Poaceae family, which includes all the common grasses. Originally from Malaysia, it flourishes in any humid climate. Lemon grass may be harvested several times in a season by cutting the upper portion of the leafy material, which quickly grows back for a second cutting. It is hugely popular among the lovers of Asian cooking, especially Thai food. And had recently found an herbal tea following. Most of the Lemon Grass used as herb tea comes from Argentina, Hawaii and Chile.
Source: Adagio

Flavoring :
  • from lemon grass 3
  • fragrant screw pine leaves 3 leaves.
  • Sugar
  • Water
How to do:
  • Clear lemon grass to break clean enough different sectional split.
  • Fragrant screw pine leaves wash to clean maul split roasted sore enough to put boiled 5 minutes.
  • Add sugar and let's boil, then turn off the stove and let's it cool.
  • Serve with ice.
Properties:
  • Distend the stomach to be bloated tight fix have colic.
  • Also diuretic for those with symptoms have suppression of urine.
  • Even less with any limb swelling. Lemon grass oil has effect kill fungi and bacteria.
  • Helps tract and upper respiratory tract clean. To prevent cold.
  












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1 comment:

foodbin said...

It is really good in digestion.