Laurel (Laurus nobilis) is a plant that has a very strong analgesic properties. This is why the bay leaf herb is great when it comes to treating a number of diseases, such as migraines.
It also plays a major role in the digestion of food because it enhances and stimulates digestion throughout the digestive tract and helps to reduce blood sugar levels. From its strong odor repels insects, it can also be used as a moth repellent. Now we will present a very efficient and easy to prepare, tincture against rheumatism, painful tendons and muscles, painful and swollen joints.
Preparation is very easy and simple. All you need to have in order to properly prepare the tincture of bay leaf and a little alcohol.
– 30 grams of fresh bay leaf
– 300 ml of 60% alcohol
Finely chop the bay leaves and place in a jar. Add alcohol and tightly close the cap. Place the sealed container in a warm place to stand for 10 days. After 10 days Strain the resulting liquid and put it in a bottle.
You can use a tincture massage the painful areas. You can use tincture of the other way – consuming 10 drops of it is dissolved in water, 3 times a day before meals.
This caution applies to any laurel consumption. Laurel should not be used longer than a month. You must make at least a 15-day break before continuing to use it. Pregnant women and children under 6 years of age are not allowed to use the bay leaf.