“Tea … is one of those rare treasures, enjoyed throughout the world, that actually benefits health”!                                                                                                                                                                                       ~   Quote by KIT CHOW, All the Tea in China

Lemon grass plant

Lemon grass tea called gavti chaha or  गवती चाहा (in Marathi) is very popular for its refreshing flavour. Lemon grass tea also provides relief for people having common cold or cough. Regular use of this tea provides mild immunity against cold and cough.

Lemon grass

Generally we add a few leaves of fresh lemon grass while boiling water for preparing our regular tea. The flavour of the regular tea gets distinctly enhanced.

So do enjoy this wonderful tea especially in the rainy season or in winter. The lemon grass tea is not taken in summer perhaps because it increases body heat slightly.

A lemon grass plant is very easy to grow you just need to water it regularly. Grow it soil or in a clay pot.

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About dilipnaidu

An open mind! Love to share my thoughts and a keenness to learn. An engineer and a MBA I had a wonderful innings in the Army and later moved to consultancy and teaching. My current interests are reading, music, growing culinary herbs, playing golf and yoga. I am serious on "Living life less seriously". A warm welcome to you be well and be cheerful always.

6 responses »

  1. Geetha says:

    Refreshing post! Thank you!

    Oh! for a cuppa of Lemon Grass Tea!

  2. I have been drinking lemon grass rea from my mother’s plant in California for many many years . It is good cold too in the summer

    • Dilip says:

      Thanks Carla for stopping by. How nice to know that you too enjoy the especial flavor. And yes it is a remedy for mild colds too. Cheers & regards.

  3. Wow how neat that would be to grow my own lemon grass for my own tea! Thanks for the information Dilip. Nice to see your blog here too.

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