Lemongrass Tea is made from a plant that is used for different purposes in the kitchen, for different recipes. When ingested as a drink, it has the potential to help our stomach, since it has diuretic properties.
Lemongrass leaves or some kind of product containing the product for oral consumption.
Brew lemongrass in boiling water. Add water depending on the concentration of Lemongrass you want to have. Leave it in the fire until it boils, then leave it to stand for 10 minutes, and that's it. You can drink the tea hot or cold.
Given its diuretic properties, it has the potential to promote the elimination of water and electrolytes from the body.
Through peripheral analgesic action, it can help to reduce pain.
Its consumption has also been associated with modifications in acid-base balance and electrolyte homeostasis.
3 times per week
Afternoon, best after a meal.
Its exaggerated use can produce alterations in different systems of the body, especially in the renal function. In high doses it can cause dehydration, decrease of blood pressure, among other alterations.