Bay leaves are the laurels of myth and legend worn by Roman and Greek victors, and are said to be useful in creating essential oils, spells of wisdom, clairvoyance, protection and healing.
Description: Bay leaves were once used by ancient Romans and Greeks to make crowns for royalty, nobles, heroes, and Olympians. Today, the florally herbaceous flavour
of bay leaves is used to flavour soups, stews, meats, sauces and more.
Botanical Name: Laurus Nobilis
Common names: Poet’s laurel, roman laurel, sweet bay
Medicinal part: Leaves
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