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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Bay Leaf

Other Names: Bayleaf, Bay Leaf, Sweet Bay, Victor's Laurel, True Laurel, Bay Laurel, Daphne, Grecian Laurel, Nobel Laurel, Roman Laurel, Tejpatta, Teipatt, Yue Gui, Laurus nobilis
Traditional Usages: Culinary, Pain Reliever for Arthritic Aches and Pains, Weak Digestion, Poor Appetite, Bronchitis, Fever, Arthritis, Urinary Infections, Chest infections, Flatulence, Dandruff, Hair Growth, Ulcers, Sprains, Scabies, Acne,  Headache, Rheumatism, Cough, Head Lice, Asthma, Stammering, Nausea, Jaundice, Constipation, Colds, Lower Back Pain, Earaches, Sore Muscles, Sprains, Miscarriage
Resources: Mediterranean Region, US, India, Indonesia, Caribbean
Parts Used: Stems, Leaves, Oil
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding


Bay Leaf Remedy - Herbal remedy for Miscarriage: Add a quarter teaspoon of ground bay leaf to half cup of milk and boil it. Take this drink twice a day.

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