You may hear it called “Bay” or “Sweet Laurel,” but no matter what you call it, Bay Laurel is an evergreen shrub or tree that’s got dark green lanceolate leaves and small clusters of yellow flowers. It’s been around for thousands of years. In fact, both the Ancient Greeks and Romans turned its leaves into crowns and gave them to victorious generals and powerful emperors. Back in those days, Bay Laurel was a symbol of triumph and achievement.
With antispasmodic, carminative and expectorant properties. Can be
useful for abdominal bloating, slow digestion and flatulence. Combine
with eucalyptus and pine oils to help catarrhal colds and chronic
This oil has a very uplifting scent that’s almost masculine in nature, and its composition is very complex. It contains elements of nearly all of the 12 main chemical groups, which explains why it can do so many great things for you!
Because its scent is so uplifting, Bay Laurel is a great way to fight off poor concentration, memory problems, and chronic nervous debility. If you lack energy, this oil can give you an instant boost.
“Stimulating” is the best way to describe Bay Laurel because it can help people do amazing things. Bay Laurel opens up your channels of creativity, and it helps to silence the channels of doubt. It will help you overcome your fears and develop more self-esteem, making it the perfect oil to use when you’re starting a new job or moving to a new town where you don’t know anyone.
Because it is an expectorant with mucolytic properties, Bay Laurel is good antiseptic for your respiratory system. It can improve the way your sinuses and lungs perform, which is why it’s used to treat colds, the flu, and even chronic bronchitis.
This oil can stimulate your digestive tract. Studies show it can even overpower drug-resistant strains of Campylobacter jejuni, which is the most common bacterial cause of diarrhea.
According to Kurt Schnaubelt, Bay Laurel can improve your entire lymphatic system. All you have to do is rub a few drops of Bay Laurel on your swollen lymph nodes, and you’ll get instant relief. Try it after a shower, and you’ll be in heaven!
Because of its strong masculine smell, Bay Laurel is sexually arrogant. And, because it inspires creativity, it can be the perfect way to spice up a romantic evening.
Bay Laurel should always be diluted (use no more than 12 drops per 4 oz. of carrier oil). If you want to keep your health in tip-top shape, apply it once a day. Just remember, if you put it on your skin TOO frequently, it can lead to sensitization and irritability. After all, this is powerful stuff! Have you ever used Bay Laurel? Let us know how it helped you!
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.