Promotes digestion and reduces gas; calm them urinary tract infections and dental; offers antiseptic and bactericidal properties; soothes pain associated with tonsillitis; participates in the treatment of flu-like conditions (cough, bronchitis, blocked sinuses, etc.)
Laurel calms rheumatism and joint pain. Used in decoction and lotion, it is involved in hair and skin care.
- In infusion, let macerate about 15 g of bay leaves in 1 l of water. Drink 2 to 3 cups a day, after meals.
- As a decoction, triple the dose of bay leaf, keeping the same amount of water.