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Lemongrass, also known as citronella, is a herb with a mild lemon flavor, at the same time with a spicy touch, widely used in Vietnamese and Thai food.

Its leaves are used to make a tea, which according to homeopathic medicine, is digestive, analgesic, expectorant and helps in feverish processes, among other characteristics. Lately it is used more and more to flavor gin and tonics.

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