Bay leaf origin from Asia Minor, from where it spread to the Mediterranean region and other favorable countries. These leafs cannot survive in colder climates, which counts as one of the main reasons of it not being cultivated in northern regions. Bay leaf has its wide use in culinary dishes in Europe and North America. Bay leaf is a common fixture in European and North American dishes, such as soups, stews, meat, seafood and other vegetable dishes. Bay leaves serve as an important constituent in garam masala, a fine combination of different ground spices in India.
Bay leaf greatly helps in digestion. It is used as a natural remedy in a wide range of digestive disorders. Not only does it help in settling the stomach but also reduces the severity of problems, like celiac disease or irritable bowel syndrome. It effectively reduces flatulence and other gas related problems. It contains enzymes which break down proteins and help in digesting meat dishes. Bay leaf, when applied to the chest in the form of bay leaf compress, provides great relief to respiratory and chest troubles, such as coughs, flu, bronchitis, and chest infections. Further, it also helps in inducing sweat and reducing fever. Washing the scalp with cold water, with bay leaves steeped in it, after shampooing effectively treats dandruff.
Bay leaf contains the phytonutrients, caffeic acid and rutin, as well as salicylates. These phytonutrients protect the heart and lower the risk of strokes and heart attack. Bay leaf contains Parthenolide, a phytonutrient which has anti-inflammatory properties. As such, massaging with bay leaf essential oil helps in relieving joint and muscle pains, including arthritis pain. Bay leaf helps in regulating blood sugar levels.
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- Product Code: Bay leaf
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- Ex Tax: ₹50.00