You can add bay leaf hydrosol to savory foods to bring that wonderful aroma right into your kitchen and its restorative properties to your body. It will also help freshen your breath! And some men love using it as a spicy aftershave. Bay laurel’s antispasmodic properties may help relieve the symptoms of chronic bronchitis and lessen cramps. Because bay laurel is known to be anti-infectious and anti-inflammatory, it can provide a boost for your immune system, particularly during the winter flu season.
Plant Parts: Leaves
Botanical Family: Lauraceae
Chemical Family: Monoterpenols and Oxides
Country of Origin: USA
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Cultivation Method: Certified Organic
Note Classification: Middle Top
Spritz on skin.
No known safety concerns.