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I don't know if it's because I am British but I only like regular tea and the majority of us drink it. I can't stand all these fancy teas, to me that's not tea, and as for green tea I think it's positively disgusting despite being told it has health benefits.
Lemongrass is indeed a type of grass, but longer leaves than regular grasses, very fragrant with scent like lemons, and has medicinal values. In India, we use lemongrass as a remedy for sore throat, cough, colds and seasonal fevers. The scent is also very refreshing and energising and it alleviates our mood. Its stem is also used as a condiment in soups, curries etc. You can read more about it on wikipedia too.