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This study entitled Garlic (Allium sativum) and Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) as Mosquito Killer is aimed to know the insecticidal effect of Allium sativum and Cymbopogon citratus on mosquitoes in terms of: a. How effective is the Garlic (Alium sativum) and Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus)? b. What is the compared time duration of the commercial product and experimental product?
Lemongrass oil is commercially valuable essential oil and widely used in food technology enzymatic assays such as total phenolic content, thin layer chromatography, ABTS assay of lemongrass oil are evaluated. The purpose of this investigation is to examine the bioactivity of lemongrass oil with various enzymatic inhibition assays. The present study targets the potentiality of lemongrass oil.
Lemongrass is commonly taken orally, applied directly to the skin, or inhaled as aromatherapy for many different conditions. But there is limited scientific research to support any of its common uses.
Lemongrass is a tropical variety of grass with a sweet, lemony scent. It is particularly associated with Thai and South East Asian cooking. Most of the flavour is in the thicker bulb end, which.
Lemongrass essential oil contains limonene, which may help to lighten and brighten skin, unclog pores, and reduce acne and acne scars. There is limited scientific evidence to support this use, however, anecdotal evidence suggests it can be effective. Remember to always dilute essential oils in a carrier oil prior to applying to the skin, and do a skin patch test before using it on your face.
Lemongrass has natural anti-microbial properties, is an antiseptic, suitable for use on various types of skin infections, usually as a wash or compress, and is especially effective on ringworm, infected sores, acne and athlete’s foot. Lemongrass is also used as a Mosquito Repellent. In using this product, you will spray it over all exposed skin areas. Avoid spraying near your eyes. You may.
Why You Should Drink Lemongrass Tea. Erika Marty. Lemongrass tea is an herbal tea made from the same plant that is used to produce lemongrass oil, culinary herbs, and citronella candles. This plant has long been a staple of Asian cuisine—particularly Thai food. It's used as a culinary herb to add flavor to dishes and as an herbal remedy for a host of ailments. Lemongrass tea boasts a unique.