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craigayliffe

My Jack Russell does the same thing! Apparently the pungent flavor doesn't bother her at all.

   
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Jennifer Bailey

I have been serving lemon grass tea to rave reviews at my establishment, Eden's Door Farm & Fitness Trails, Tobago, the Caribbean. Guests can't get enough of it served hot or cold. Recently I have been combining Passion fruit tea with the Lemon Grass tea and the experience is divine. A new flavor of GUAVA emerges--from the combination making a superb experience. I am growing more of both lemon grass and passion fruit vines--which bear a stunning flower of white with a deep purple center (The crown of thorns). I live in the Caribbean yet I have purchased the passion fruit vine in the USA temperate zones during the summer. It is sold as an ornamental plant and called "the crown of thorns."


   
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mjkjrobinson

I love lemon grass, and now I know how benifisale it is! I have read that it can kill tics! So more information would be helpful!

   

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