Lemongrass tincture will help suppress sulfur producing bacteria in the gut. Start with three drops twice a day. This can be mixed into a small amount of juice or some prefer to put drops into capsules and take it that way. Every third day increase the dose by one drop to a maximum of six drops twice a day.
Lemongrass is used in Asian countries because of it’s potent lemony flavor and for the long list of nutrients that it contains. Lemongrass is a good source of vitamins A and C, folate, folic acid, magnesium, zinc, copper, iron, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, and manganese. It also has minute traces of B vitamins. Along with its culinary uses, Lemongrass has many beneficial medicinal properties. The main constituent of Lemongrass is citral, a compound that is used in the synthesis of vitamin A. Lemongrass is helpful in relieving colitis, indigestion, and gastroenteritis ailments. As a tea, Lemongrass is used to relieve sore throats, laryngitis, and bronchitis.