No More Varicose Veins, No Joint Pains and No Headaches Thanks to This Leaf!!

5 Sep

Most people are familiar with the bay leaf as a culinary herb used to season soups and stews, but it also has a centuries-old reputation as a medicinal herb.

Bay leaves have been used medicinally for centuries. They were eaten fresh or dried and infused into warm water to be taken internally for a variety of ailments. The resulting infusion was a diuretic, increasing urination to remove excess water from the body, and an emetic, to induce vomiting. Bay leaves also have astringent properties, which could help stop secretions due to infection and help reduce excessive sweating brought on by illness.




Here is how to prepare the Bay leaves oil:

Ingredients:

  • 30 grams of bay leaves
  • 250 ml of olive oil


Method of preparation:

You should mash the leaves and then pour the olive oil over them. Transfer the mixture into a glass bottle, and close it well. Then, store it in a cool, dark place for 2 weeks, and shake the bottle occasionally during the time.

After 14 days, use cheesecloth to strain the oil, and pour the oil into a suitable container, and keep it in a cold place.

Uses:

This oil can be used for massaging painful joints. Just heat it on steam and rub the sore areas.

It can also soothe severe headaches, so you should massage the temples with it.

It stimulates appetite and soothes stomach pain and issues with the intestines.

If used as a lotion, the bay leaves oil will treat acne and pimples, and treat various skin conditions.

This oil will also alleviate earaches and migraine, and you can use it to lower body temperature, instead of aspirin. Moreover, it normalizes the hepatic and renal function.






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