Bay leaves bio
.The Real laurel ( Laurus nobilis ), also Noble laurel or Spice laurel called, is a species of the laurel genus ( Laurus ) within the laurel family (Lauraceae). It is used as a medicinal and aromatic plant. (Wikipedia) Mainly the bay leaves. The essential oil of bay leaves organic comes from Bosnia.
Originally native to the Middle East. The bushes – trees grow up to 10m high. In Europe it grows mainly in the entire Mediterranean area
The famous Aleppo soap has been made from a mixture of laurel and olive oil for more than 1000 years. The essential oil is not traditionally used for this, but the fat, cold-pressed oil from the bay leaves.
In Greece the laurel was consecrated to Apolon – son of Jupiter and god of light – patron of the oracle of Delphi.
For the Romans, laurel was the symbol of fame, victory and peace, which is why the laurel leaves wreath was worn by the Roman emperors.
Today bay leaf is mainly used as a spice – and thankfully – in aromatherapy.
1ltr. Essential oil = about 50-70kg leaves
A few Tipps: Bath oil
There is an old recipe for rheumatic pain and joint problems.
Ingredients: 6 drops of bay leaf and 4 drops of lavender in 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Put in a hot bath and relax in it.
Rheumatism, tension and muscle pain can be treated with this oil several times a day.
Ingredients: 6 drops of bay leaf, 4 drops of juniper, 4 drops of rosemary and 3 drops of ginger in 50 ml of St. John’s wort oil (red oil)
Fragrance lamp / nebulizer
Use the spiritual energy of the laurel: 8 drops are sufficient as a room fragrance for a meditative session.
Before internal use, please consult specialist books, doctor or aromatherapist.
The effect on the soul is: Balancing, relaxing, mood-enhancing, antidepressant,
The effect physically: Antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, fungicidal, analgesic, wound healing, and much more
Ingredients: Laurus Nobilis Leaf Oil * Org, Eugenol **, Limonene **, Linalool **
* from certified organic farming
** natural components of essential oil