Lemongrass represents a perennial plant known for its slender, long leaves. Usually it can be discovered in the countries from Asia. You can suggest by its name that the lemongrass smell in the exact same way such as the smell of the fruit lemon, however the taste is different because the lemongrass has a lot more milder and sweeter taste. Lemongrass is also known under the name of fever grass and it is as we said before, an herb which is mostly used into the Asian cuisine due to its very nice smell as well as strong flavor.
When it comes to the nutrition, the lemongrass is filled and enriched with vitamin C and vitamin A. Plus, it is also consisted of magnesium, zinc, folic acid, manganese, potassium, copper, calcium, iron and also phosphorous. At the end, we can also say that lemongrass has some small amounts of B vitamins.Moreover, if we take aside its usage into the cooking processes, lemongrass can be also used as complementary and alternative medicine for a bunch of different health conditions.