Bay Laurel essential oil is an effective expectorant and can be a welcome addition to diffuser blends to help combat cold and flu symptoms. Helps with improving appetite and digestion. Useful for alleviating anxiety and stress. A great tonic for the lymph system.
Botanical Name: Laurus nobilis
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Part Typically Used: Leaves
Country of Origin: Crete
Typical Main Constituents
1,8-cineole – 40%
alpha-Terpinyl acetate – 14%
Linalool – 11%
Methyleugenol – 7%
Limonene – 3%
Sabinene – 3%
alpha-Pinene – 2%
beta-Pinene – 2%
Eugenol – 2%
Description: Greenish- yellow with a pungent, spicy-medical scent.
Actions: Antiseptic, Analgesic, Cephalic, Digestive, Stomachic, Diaphoretic, Fungicidal, Hypotensive, Emmenagogue, Sedative, Anti-Bacterial, Anti-viral, Mucolytic, Expectorant.
Special use: Stimulant to digestion, lymph, sinuses, lungs and circulation.
Blends Well With: Cypress, Pine, Juniper, Clary sage, Rosemary, Lavender, Citrus and Spice oils.
Safety Data: Non-toxic, May cause dermatitis in sensitive people. Do not use in pregnancy.
Aromatherapy / Home Use
Digestive: Flatulence, Dyspepsia, loss of appetite.
Immune: Colds, Flu, Tonsillitis, Canker sores, Viral Hepatitis, Immune tonic.
Genito-urinary System: Scanty periods & Gynecological problems.
General Essential Oil Safety Recommendations
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