The laurel (Laurus nobilis) is an herb that has very strong analgesic properties. That is why laurel leaf is considered for super herb when it comes to treating many diseases such as migraine for example.
Laurel also plays a major role in the digestion of food, because it encourages and improves digestion in the digestive tract and helps in lowering blood sugar.
With its intense smell he repels insects, which can also be used against moths. We will present the recipe for preparing the tincture of laurel leaves to treat rheumatism, sore muscles and tendons, painful and swollen joints.
Prepare very easy and simple. Everything you need to make the tincture is laurel leaves and a little alcohol.
30 g fresh laurel leaves
300 ml 60% alcohol
Finely chop the laurel leaves and put it in a glass jar. Add alcohol and tightly close. Closed jar leave it in a warm place to stand for 10 days, then strain and store the resulting tincture in glass bottle.
Tincture can be used to massage the painful areas of the body (external). Also, you can consume 10 drops of tincture in a glass of water three times a day before meal.
Laurel should not be used longer than one month. You have to take a break of at least 15 days before proceeding with its use. Pregnant women and children under 6 years are not allowed to use the laurel leaves.