Bay leaves are found everywhere and as a result are used in many of our meals, even in the most unexpected and breakfast or tea places. The Greeks and Romans believed that the laurel leaves symbolize peace and protection.
Laurel Leaves are a plant for me, are one of the most important in herbal medicine, let me tell you why:
- – Bay leaves offer a good dose of vitamins A, C, Magnesium, Calcium, Manganese, Potassium and Iron.
- – Bay leaves soothe body aches. Whenever you’re too tired (a) I suggest you make a cooking about 5 bay leaves in 1 liter of water and add to the water in the bathtub, take a bath for a few 15 minutes. This relieves muscle aches and rejuvenate the body.
- – The Laurel leaves are very beneficial to help with arthritis pain. That rubs bay oil in inflamed joints, and that will help to reduce pain.
- – The Laurel leaves have antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. It uses a hot compress with the infusion of bay leaves to cure skin infections.
- – The bay leaves can improve insulin sensitivity and are useful in the regulation of blood sugar. Laurel This makes a great herb of choice for dealing with diabetes or just want a little more help to keep blood sugar under control.
- – The Laurel leaves aid digestion, eliminating flatulence and colic. Helps people with stomach ulcers.
- – The consumption of bay leaves into a tea can help relieve the symptoms of coughs, colds, flu or other respiratory infections. For this, take a cup of tea of bay leaves every day and apply hot compresses to the chest with an infusion of bay leaves.
- – An infusion of bay leaves can also be used as a rinse on your hair to keep dander out of sight.
- – The Laurel acts as a natural insect repellent.