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Though we have been growing lemongrass (Cymbopogon) for some time, this is actually our first year offering it as a single herb. A key ingredient in our RICH AUNTEA blend, we are delighted to add it to our product lineup. With each slender leaf, you're embracing a slice of nature's bounty and inviting its invigorating essence into your everyday rituals.Lemongrass has traditionally been used as a pain reliever and fever reducer. Lemongrass contains citral, a natural plant compound with anti-inflammatory effects. 


Let us brag a bit on our lemongrass. 

Aroma and Flavor: Dried to perfection, our lemongrass emanates a zesty, citrusy aroma that awakens the senses. Its delicate flavor profile balances tangy notes with a hint of herbal sophistication.

Organic Excellence: Grown without the use of synthetic pesticides or chemicals, our lemongrass reflects our dedication to preserving both your health and the environment.

Culinary: Versatility: Elevate your culinary creations by infusing them with the distinctive taste of lemongrass. Its aromatic character pairs well with a variety of dishes and cuisines.

Wellness Potential:  Beyond its culinary applications, Lemongrass boasts potential wellness benefits. Its natural compounds have been traditionally appreciated for their soothing and invigorating properties.


Ways to Enjoy Dried Organic Lemongrass:

Herbal Infusions: Brew a rejuvenating cup of Lemongrass tea by steeping a few dried leaves in hot water. Let its aroma and taste envelop you in comfort.

Culinary Magic: Add a delightful twist to soups, curries, sauces, and marinades by incorporating the earthy freshness of Lemongrass.

Aromatherapy Adventures: Create your own essential oil blends or potpourri using our lemongrass for a refreshing and uplifting ambiance.

Natural Insect Repellant: Lemongrass extract is also used to provide the fresh scent in many soaps, candles, disinfectants, and insect repellants.


Simple DIY Lemongrass and Aloe Vera Insect Repellant Spray:


This recipe harnesses the natural properties of these ingredients to create an effective and skin-friendly repellent.



- 1 cup boiled water

- 2 tablespoons dried lemongrass

- 1/4 cup aloe vera gel (organic, if possible)

- Spray bottle




1. Create Lemongrass Infusion:

   - Place dried lemongrass in a heatproof container.

   - Pour 1 cup of just-boiled water over the dried lemongrass.

   - Let the mixture steep for about 30 minutes, allowing the lemongrass to infuse its oils into the water.


2. Strain the Infusion:

   - Use a fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth to strain the lemongrass-infused water into a bowl or measuring cup. Discard or compost the used lemongrass.


3. Mix with Aloe Vera Gel:

   - Combine the lemongrass-infused water with 1/4 cup of aloe vera gel. Mix well to ensure even distribution.


4. Transfer to Spray Bottle:

   - Using a funnel, pour the mixture into a clean spray bottle. Leave a small space at the top for shaking.


5. Shake Well and Apply:

   - Before each use, give the spray bottle a good shake to ensure the ingredients are well combined.

   - Spray the repellent onto exposed skin and clothing, avoiding contact with eyes and mouth.

   - Reapply as needed, especially if you're sweating or staying outdoors for an extended period.



- This recipe doesn't include essential oils, making it a gentle option for those with sensitivity to essential oils.

- Aloe vera provides a moisturizing effect, but it's still recommended to moisturize your skin after sun exposure.


Disclaimer:  Information shared on this site is for educational purposes. The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment or advice. Please consult your medical care provider before using herbal medicine, particularly if you have a known medical condition or if you are pregnant or nursing. Although we do our best to provide accurate and useful information, you are responsible to research and verify information before relying on it. We are medicinal plant and herbs farmers, herbalists, and tea blenders. We are not licensed or registered healthcare practitioners.  We are also believers in the safety and efficacy of botanical medicine.


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