Country of Origin: Guatemala
Lemongrass can be very refreshing and is commonly used as an insect repellent.
Lemongrass is produced from two totally distinct botanical species of Cymbopogon. Citratus is found only under cultivation, particularly in Guatemala. Despite early origins in Sri Lanka and India, it is sometimes confusingly referred to as West Indian Lemongrass. The other type is Cymbopogon Flexuosus which is only cultivated in relatively limited areas of India. Particularly Kerala.
Method of Extraction: The fresh or partly dried leaves of the grass.
Description: Fresh, clean, citrus aroma. Yellow to amber in colour.
|Directions Of Use||Lemongrass can be very refreshing and is commonly used as an insect repellent. Try adding one drop each of Lemongrass, Lavender and Geranium to a bowl of warm water and soaking tired feet for 10 minutes. A few drops of Lemongrass and Cedarwood in an oil burner will help keep insects away during the summer months.|