Laurel oil
Laurus nobilis

8,00 60,00 

It helps with respiratory problems

Regulates the menstrual cycle

Pain mitigation

Helps heal wounds

Supports digestive health

As a powerful insect repellent

Promote hair growth

 

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Laurel oil-Laurus nobilis

Distillation

An essential oil obtained by steam distillation of the fresh leaves of Laurus nobilis

Our advanced distillation system blends traditional skills with modern scientific approaches in order to produce high-quality essential oils and derivatives.

 

It helps with respiratory problems

It is known that the essential oil of laurels is a coughing agent because it is able to clean excess muses that accumulate in your respiratory pathways, thus facilitating the clogged passageway. This, therefore, helps promote freer and more smooth breathing. As such, the essential oil of the laurel leaf is great for those suffering from coughs, colds, flu, and bronchitis. Its antibacterial and antiseptic nature is also useful for killing all bacteria or viruses that can cause respiratory system infections, which prevent the onset of such diseases and difficulties in the first place. Together with his anti-spasm properties, he is able to calm all inadvertent contractions, cramps, and cramps.

How to use: 

You can diffuse the laurel leaf oil into a diffuser or vaporizer and breathe aromatic waves. Alternatively, you can inhale steam by adding a few drops of oil to a bowl of hot, steaming water and inhaling steam coming out. You can even mix it in combination with essential eucalyptus oil to achieve optimal results!

Regulates the menstrual cycle

Laurel leaves extracts were used to encourage menstrual flows, making the essential oil a good, natural remedy for irregular and irregular menstrual cycles. Helps stimulate and regulate menstrual cycles, ensuring that your menstrual cycles are correct, timely, and orderly. It also helps alleviate menstrual cramps, given its antispasmodic qualities because it relaxes the muscles of the uterus and alleviates often associated problems, such as nausea and fatigue.

How to use: 

Pour the oil with an oil carrier (such as grape seed oil, jojoba, or rod) in 1:1 and gently massage into the abdomen area to alleviate pain and menstruation.

 

Pain mitigation

Laurel laurel leaves oil is also known for its painkiller properties and is often used to alleviate pain in various diseases such as muscle and joint problems associated with arthritis, rheumatism, gouth, painful muscles after intensive training. Simply rub it in the desired areas and you’ll feel better in no time! In addition to offering muscle relief, oil can help alleviate pain stems from headaches or migraines. Furthermore, oil is completely natural, which is definitely better than painkillers sold without prescription supplements and painkillers, as they can have side effects and harm your overall health in the long term.

How to use: 

Simply sort the oil with a porter and gently massage it into the affected areas. You can also add a few drops of oil to the warm compress and gently press on the affected areas.

 

Helps heal wounds

Because it is antibacterial by its nature, this oil can also be an excellent addition to your first aid kits because it helps clean bacteria from wounds, cuts, bruises, or scratches. This prevents infections from occurring and prevents such wounds from becoming septic or triggering tetanus.

How to use: 

Apply the shreed oil of the laurel leaf to the affected areas using a dark buffer, but be careful not to apply it to open wounds.

 

Supports digestive health

Oil is also thought to be good for the digestive system because it boosts digestive processes and helps boost appetite. It helps to improve appetite for those suffering from loss of appetite for a variety of reasons, such as stress. Not only that,  laurel leaf oil also helps remove excess gases from the stomach and intestines, and prevents the formation of gases, thus all symptoms of digestive disorder, bloating, or pain. Its antispasmodic properties are also useful in alleviating any gastrointestinal pain caused by cramps or contractions of the stomach and intestinal walls.

How to use: 

Thin laurel leaf oil can easily be coated on your stomach to improve your digestive health!

 

As a powerful insect repellent

Oil also has powerful insect repellent properties, as it is known that it can refuse boring and unwanted creatures not to attack your homes. You no longer have to spend on expensive and synthetic pesticides or supermarket insecticides when you can get this completely natural remedy instead! Which are harmful to the environment and your health.

How to use: 

Simply dip the laurel leaf oil into your diffuser or evaporator. A few drops of oil can also be added to a bottle containing water, and you can sceduch it on all surfaces and cracks to prevent insects from inhabiting.

 

Promote hair growth

Laurel oil is also thought to be a good tonic for hair, as it boosts hair growth and prevents overly hair loss. Because it is also adstringent, it helps to tighten hair follicles and hair roots, thus preventing hair loss. It also helps hydration, preventing dandruff. As such, your hair will look much healthier, and hair health will improve dramatically.

 

How to use: 

Simply class the oil in omer 1: 1 and apply it to the hair and hair. Rinse after a few minutes.

 

Safety measures:

When applying laurel leaf oil, it is important to class it strongly with a carrier in omjer 1: 1 and first take a skin test to make sure you do not have sensitive, allergic, or irritable reactions to the oil. It is also recommended to use a maximum concentration of 3% locally when applying to the skin, as it is known to cause some skin and mucous irritation due to high concentrations of eugenol. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it is best to avoid using this oil because it stimulates the menstrual cycle, which can lead to a reascam. Don’t consume laurel oil orally.

 

The main chemical:%

Eucaliptol (1,8 Cineol) %…..44,9

Linalol %…..5,5

Limonene  %…..0,6

Sabinene   %….. 8,2

Methyleugenol %…..4,5

β Pinene  %…..4,4

α Pinene %…..5,7

αTerpineol %…..2,2

Terpynil acetate %…..9,7

Terpinene-4-ol…..2,7

βMyrcene…..1,1

ÝTerpinene…..1,1

Eugenol…..0,3

 

Eucaliptol

Anti-bacterial (has an effect on some bacteria’s), antiseptic(stop growing bacteria’s by causing damage of bacteria’s DNA), anti-stress and helpful for relaxation because of nice smell.

 

Linalol

Antimicrobial, antiseptic, tonifying, balancing, spasmolytic, anesthetic, anti-inflammatory.

A-B Pinene // Sabinene // Myrcene // Limonene

Stimulant, antiviral, antitumor, decongestant, antibacterial, hepatoprotective.

Terpinene // terpinene4-ol

Antioxidant, anti-proliferative, show antimicrobial properties against various human pathogens.

 

Terpinolene

Has strongly aromatic properties which make it a commonly used ingredient in soaps, perfumes, lotions.

 

Methyleugenol

Is added in a small amount to many food products such as candy, chewing gum, ice cream for nice flavor.

 

Terpynil acetate

The majority is used as an aromatic. It is widely used in Lavender, bergamot, forests, and fragrance.

Eugenol

Spasmolytic, anesthetic, antimicrobial, irritant, immune-stimulating.

Bay Laurel Essential Oil Benefits

 

Bay Laurel essential oil has trace amounts of methyl eugenol, which lends to its narcotic qualities. It should not be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding and should always be used in moderation by others.

When buying this oil, you may find it under other names such as bay leaf oil or laurel oil. Be sure to look for the botanical name “Laurus nobilis”  to make sure it is the correct one you’re looking for.

It is generally a non-irritant but may cause dermatitis in those prone to allergic reactions. A skin patch test should always be performed, and this oil should always be diluted before using.

 

Face Tonic/Spray

Essential oil waters make excellent facial sprays. The type of skin you have determines what oil you should use. Bay Laurel is good for normal to blemished skin.

If you cannot find the floral water, you can still make your own spray. Combine one teaspoon of glycerin or aloe vera juice with four ounces of quality water (not from the tap). To this, add two drops each of lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) and Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis).

Shake this well. Leave it for at least 24 hours, shaking it whenever you think of it. After the appropriate time has passed, shake it one last time and strain it through a coffee filter to remove any oil globules left.

 

Lymphatic Shower Massage

Bay Laurel is a circulatory oil that acts as a general tonic and assists in lymph movement. Massaging with oils while in the shower can help them absorb into your pores.

Add a couple (no more than five) drops of oil to a teaspoon of carrier oil like fractionated coconut or sweet almond. Mix well, then apply to the lymph node areas on the body, such as the knees and armpits.

 

For Hair Growth

There are numerous oils that can help with hair loss. Bay Laurel is one of them. It is known as being revitalizing and stimulating for hair. If you are struggling with thinning hair, try this blend (using five drops of each oil):

 

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)

Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis)

Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens)

Ginger(Zingiber Officinalis)

Mix these together and keep them in a dark amber bottle. To use, add 20 drops of this to one cup of water in a spray bottle. Shaking well before using, spray this on the trouble spots once a day.

Use sparingly. You do not need to use too much; a couple of spritzes will do.

For an added kick, combine two teaspoons of argan oil with one teaspoon of jojoba and 5 drops of your hair loss blend. Make sure to combine it well.

Twice a month, massage about half a teaspoon of this into the scalp. Leave on overnight.

 

Be patient. The hair will not grow overnight. It will likely be 4-5 months before you see any growth.

Make sure you are not using a detergent-based shampoo during this time. Look for a gentle, hypoallergenic one.

 

Fights Colds and Flu

Bay Laurel is an antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral expectorant. Diffusing the oil in times of sickness in the home can help during the cold and flu season.

 

Helps Nervousness, Stress, and Mood Swings

Diffusing essential oils helps balance emotions, and certain oils work better than others depending on the issue and mental state. For mood swings or times of stress, try diffusing a mix of the following:

Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis)

Eucalyptus Lemon (Eucalyptus citriodora)

Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens)

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

Alternatively, you can create a body oil of the above blend. Use a total of 15-20 drops in an ounce (approximately 30 mL) of body oil.

 

Eases Diarrhea

Bay Laurel is often used in folk medicine for relieving diarrhea. Science is trying to determine the validity of this method.

Extract of the Laurus nobilis leaf was found to aid in reducing castor-oil-induced diarrhea in rats. This helps prove its effectiveness as a stomachic.

Do not take the oil internally. Instead, you can add five drops to a teaspoon of carrier oil and massage a little over the abdomen up to three times a day.

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100ml, 10ml, 20ml, 30ml, 50ml

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