Lemon Grass - Cut Dried Loose Leaves for Herb Tea



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Minimum Order: 10 Kilogram
Price Range: £5.87-£18.34 / Kilogram

Lead time: 4 weeks
Supply Capacity: 2MT
Product Origin: Ghana
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Nearest Shipping Port: Kotoka International Airport or Tema shipping habour
Trade Terms / Incoterms: FOB
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Common Name Lemon grass – also known as barbed wire grass, silky heads, Cochin grass, Malabar grass, oily heads or fever grass
Botanical name Cymbopogon
Shelf Life 36 months
Agricultural method Conventional
Style Dried fresh pieces
Appearance Dried green colour with uniform size
Genetic class Non GMO
Main Benefits
  • Full of antioxidants

  • Relieve anxiety

  • Lower cholesterol

  • Preventing infection

  • Boost oral health

  • Relieving menstrual pain

  • Boosting red blood cell levels

  • Relieving bloating

  • Heals Cold and Flu

Lemongrass is an herb that is native to Sri Lanka and South India but now grows in Ghana and many countries around the world. Dried or fresh lemongrass is commonly used to make herbal teas, soups, and curries. When cooking with lemongrass, you can use fresh, dried, or powdered leaves. 

It is popular in many Asian cuisines and adds an intriguing flavor to soups and stews. It is often used as a tea in African and Latino-American countries, and it is also suitable for poultry, fish, and seafood. 

The stalk itself is too hard to be eaten except for the soft inner part. However, it can be finely sliced and added to recipes. It is also sometimes bruised and added whole as this releases the aromatic oils from the juice sacs in the stalk. The main constituent of lemongrass oil is citral, which makes up around 80% of the total.



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Common Name Lemon grass – also known as barbed wire grass, silky heads, Cochin grass, Malabar grass, oily heads or fever grass
Botanical name Cymbopogon
Shelf Life 36 months
Agricultural method Conventional
Style Dried fresh pieces
Appearance Dried green colour with uniform size
Genetic class Non GMO
Main Benefits
  • Full of antioxidants

  • Relieve anxiety

  • Lower cholesterol

  • Preventing infection

  • Boost oral health

  • Relieving menstrual pain

  • Boosting red blood cell levels

  • Relieving bloating

  • Heals Cold and Flu

Lemongrass is an herb that is native to Sri Lanka and South India but now grows in Ghana and many countries around the world. Dried or fresh lemongrass is commonly used to make herbal teas, soups, and curries. When cooking with lemongrass, you can use fresh, dried, or powdered leaves. 

It is popular in many Asian cuisines and adds an intriguing flavor to soups and stews. It is often used as a tea in African and Latino-American countries, and it is also suitable for poultry, fish, and seafood. 

The stalk itself is too hard to be eaten except for the soft inner part. However, it can be finely sliced and added to recipes. It is also sometimes bruised and added whole as this releases the aromatic oils from the juice sacs in the stalk. The main constituent of lemongrass oil is citral, which makes up around 80% of the total.



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