"Herb category “What we believe at Vital Vegan INC through research is the best fitting
category for what each herb impacts the most"
Main Minerals- Potassium, Manganese, Potassium, iron, zinc
Compounds: Citral, Terpenes, Aldehydes
Asia mostly southern part of India and Sri Lanka. In Jamaica it is called fever grass,
because it has been used to treat fevers and other ailments for hundreds of years. Fever
grass is low in calories and has no cholesterol making it beneficial flavoring for
cooking and teas. Fever grass can also be applied directly to the skin as an essential
oil for headaches, abdominal pain and muscle pain.
* Relieve anxiety
* Lower cholesterol
* May raise red blood cell levels
* Reduce fevers
* Helps the nervous system
* Relieve inflammatory
* Prevent infections
* Boost oral health
* Relieve bloating
* Can be used as insect repellent
Herbal Tea/Tonic/Decoction- Directions: Bring water to a rolling boil and place the fever
grass in the pot. Turn off the flame, cover tightly, and allow to stand 15-20 minutes.
Strain and enjoy
Oil- Directions: Fill a small glass container that has a secure cover with dried fever
grass. Cover the fever grass with oil. Cover the container and shake it occasionally for
the next seven days. Strain the oil out from the grass and store in a dark tightly closed
container. Add 3-6 drops in one cup of water. Shake vigorously and enjoy.
Rub - Directions: Apply oil locally to ease pain and relief inflammation
Crafted Jamaican Fevergrass
- Place bag of Wildcrafted Fevergrass in a large pot and add a gallon of water.
- Bring water to a boil.
- Once water is boiling cover for 5 minutes then turn off the flame
- Let steep for 15-20 minutes
- Strain tea and add sweetener if desired.
- You can store the remainder in the fridge to have cold or reheat it for a hot cup of tea throughout the week.