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How to make fresh lemongrass tea

Drinking lemongrass tea improves dental health and keep the mouth feeling clean.

Lemongrass tea can help fight against free radicals, thus reducing the incidence of inflammation in the body. Lemongrass contains the inflammation-fighting compounds chlorogenic acid, isoorientin, and swertiajaponin.

Inflammation is a factor in many adverse health conditions, including pain and heart disease. As such, lemongrass tea could be a beneficial drink for people to incorporate into their diet.


4 cups water

2 cups roughly chopped lemongrass stalks

2 cups roughly chopped lemongrass stalks

1/4 cup sugar

Lime wheels for garnishing


Heat the water to the point of boiling over high hotness in a medium pot. 

Add the lemongrass and bubble quickly for 5 minutes. 

Diminish the hotness to low and stew the tea for 5 extra minutes. 

Strain the stalks from the fluid. Mix in the sugar until broke down. 

Serve warm, or chill in the cooler and pour over ice.

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