Bay Laurel

Botanical name: Laurus Nobilis,
p.o. Leaves
Hungary
Safety: Although most won’t experience any issues Bay Laurel may cause irritations in skin and mucus membrane. It should be avoided in pregnancy and while nursing. Please do not use on children.

Bay Laurel is known for being an anti-septic, anti-biotic, anti-neuralgic, anti-spasmodic, anti-rheumatic, analgesic, aperitif, astringent, cholagogue, emenagogue, febrifuge, insecticide, sedative, stomachic, sudorific, tonic, cramps, coughs, aches, diarrhea, nervous afflictions and convulsions.

The anti-septic property of Bay Laurel, like all exceptional essential oils, may protect wounds against such infections, inhibit bacterial growth and help avoid those painful situations. This oil is also known for its anti-biotic properties. That means, it may inhibit any sort of biotic growth (growth of microbes, bacteria, fungi etc.) in the body, effectively safeguarding you against the infections. There is one more advantage of using this oil as an anti-biotic. It is completely safe and has no adverse side effects (unless used in very heavy doses), unlike those anti-biotic medicines available in the market which cost heavy on the liver, heart and other internal organs.

Bay Laurel may help your body to relieve muscle spasms. Spasms can cause health conditions like diarrhea, convulsion, cramps, aches and nervous afflictions. Spasms can cause serious problems as it is brought by excessive contractions in the muscles, nerves, respiratory tracks, internal organs and blood vessels. Rub a drop on the spasm for possible relief. If you have a large area of spasms use Bay Laurel with a carrier oil.

Neuralgia is very painful and it leaves almost the entire oral zone, including the throat, ears, tonsils, base of the nose, larynx and pharynx and the surrounding areas suffering from severe pain. Bay Laurel has been known to have analgesic and astringent properties, each of which helps get relief from the pain of neuralgia in its own way. Being an analgesic, it reduces the feeling of pain in the affected area. Then, being an astringent, it may induce contraction in the blood vessels, thus relieving the pressure on the cranial nerve, possibly giving immediate relief from the pain.

Bay Laurel oil blends well with other oils including Cedarwood, Coriander, Eucalyptus radiata, Geranium, Ginger, Juniper Berry, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Rose, Rosemary, Thyme thymol and Ylang Ylang.

Please keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dark room. As with any new procedure please consult your health care professional before using.

Bay Laurel

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The anti-septic property of Bay Laurel, like all exceptional essential oils, may protect wounds against such infections, inhibit bacterial growth and help avoid those painful situations. This oil is also known for its anti-biotic properties. That means, it may inhibit any sort of biotic growth (growth of microbes, bacteria, fungi etc.) in the body, effectively safeguarding you against the infections. There is one more advantage of using this oil as an anti-biotic. It is completely safe and has no adverse side effects (unless used in very heavy doses), unlike those anti-biotic medicines available in the market which cost heavy on the liver, heart and other internal organs.

Bay Laurel may help your body to relieve muscle spasms. Spasms can cause health conditions like diarrhea, convulsion, cramps, aches and nervous afflictions. Spasms can cause serious problems as it is brought by excessive contractions in the muscles, nerves, respiratory tracks, internal organs and blood vessels. Rub a drop on the spasm for possible relief. If you have a large area of spasms use Bay Laurel with a carrier oil.

Neuralgia is very painful and it leaves almost the entire oral zone, including the throat, ears, tonsils, base of the nose, larynx and pharynx and the surrounding areas suffering from severe pain. Bay Laurel has been known to have analgesic and astringent properties, each of which helps get relief from the pain of neuralgia in its own way. Being an analgesic, it reduces the feeling of pain in the affected area. Then, being an astringent, it may induce contraction in the blood vessels, thus relieving the pressure on the cranial nerve, possibly giving immediate relief from the pain.

Bay Laurel oil blends well with other oils including Cedarwood, Coriander, Eucalyptus radiata, Geranium, Ginger, Juniper Berry, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Rose, Rosemary, Thyme thymol and Ylang Ylang.

Please keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dark room. As with any new procedure please consult your health care professional before using.

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