"Lemon Grass" is one of the grass herbs. The Lemon Grass is called as "spice grass", "lemon grass" and "ginger grass" in India. Some people call it as Kamatchi grass. This plant name is said to be "CYMBOPOGAN FLEXOSUS" and depends on the plant family GRAMINAE.
The Lemon Cross Native is India, Burma, Sri Lanka, China, Indonesia and Thailand. It is highly cultivated in Kerala. It is the most available material in China and can grow in forests and mountains without any maintenance. And it can grow in all kinds of soils, weedy lands and even salty soils! You can even grow it in the pots at home.
It smells a little like the aroma of lemon and the smell of a little ginger. That is why in India we have been called "Lemon grass" and "Ginger grass" as mentioned above.
Medicinal Benefits:

Lemongrass gives good digestion and helps with appetite. It contains many chemicals that can be used to relieve stress and kill bacteria. Oil produced from its stem and upper body is used to treat a variety of skin ailments, to produce breast milk for mothers, and cure aches. It is used as an antiseptic and as a medicine for rheumatism. Research shows that even cancer cells can be killed by consuming lemon grass in our diet.

Products and other uses:

The oil extracted from it used to make soapsperfumes and cooking essences. Its Essence is used to make candles for fragrance. It is also used as an antiseptic and insecticide. The remaining material after oil extraction is used for cow feed, making paper, cardboard boxes and combustion.

The tea that made with this lemon grass will also behave good smells and flavors. It can be used in soups and in vegetarian and non-vegetarian foods. It is also available in packets that are properly processed.

It is best to breed in the tub at home, as it has the ability to throw away mosquitoes.