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Botanical description

Lemon grass is a tall, perennial sedge throwing up dense fasciclles of leaves from a short rhizome. The culm is stout, erect, upto 1.8 meter high. Leaves are long, glaucous, green, linear tapering upwards and along the margins; ligule very short; sheaths terete, those of the barren shoots widened and tightly clasping at the base, others narrow and separating. It is a short day plant and produce profuse flowering in South India. The inflorescence is a long spike about one metre in length

I just recently purchased lemongrass oil for myself, because I heard of the great benefits it works for the circulation of your blood flow (which helps the hair grow) and also because it has a divine smell to it.

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