Bay Leaf Dry Herb Pack

Laurus nobilis
$9.80

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Historically, Bay Leaf was believed to symbolize wisdom, peace, and protection by the Greeks and Romans. Bay Leaf contains many minerals and vitamins. Notable among them are vitamins C, A, and many of the B complex vitamins as well as folate (natural folic acid). Minerals include copper, potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, selenium, zinc, and magnesium. My mother used to add Bay Leaves whenever she made her amazing, renowned homemade sloppy joes (she called it barbecue). The Bay Leaves added nutrients and gave the mix a wonderful flavor. Bay Leaf is added to the BHM Plus Salve recipe for those nutrients, and for the astringent properties which pull infection from cuts and small wounds.

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Bay Leaf Dry Herb Pack

Latin name: Laurus nobilis
Ingredient in: BHM Plus Salve
Ratio: 1:20
Available In: Dry Herb Pack, TinctureEssential Oil
Links: How to Make Tinctures
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