Bay Leaves Ground
Also Known As: Bay Laurel or Laurel
Ingredients: Bay Leaves
Taste and Aroma: Pungent and bitter.
Uses: Flavor soups, sauces, stews and meat.
Substitutes: Bay Leaves
Fun Fact: The title "baccalaureate" comes from the ancient practice of rewarding scholars with laurel garlands.
-May help to treat digestive disorders
-May help to treat rheumatism and to soothe sore joints and muscles
-May help to relieve skin disorders because of antifungal and antibacterial properties
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