Plant source: Laurus nobilis
Appearance: pale brownish-yellow powder
Specification: 4: 1
The bay leaves are derived from laurels. Laurel (scientific name: Laurus nobilis), also known as laurel, laurel tree, sweet laurel, and laurel crown, is the source of seasoning laurel leaves. It is native to the shrub-rock areas of the Mediterranean coast and Asia Minor, it is now found all over the world. The leaves are dark green, oval, leathery, bitter, and fragrant. After drying, its bitterness can be reduced and its aroma will be enhanced, so it can be used as a seasoning, i.e. "bay leaves".
A laurel is 50-60 feet tall. Its bark is smooth, olive green or slightly reddish brown. Its leaves are very thick. The leaf surface is smooth and dark green. The bottom of the leaf is light green and oval. It is very hard and brittle after drying, but has toughness and waxy edges. Laurel is a polysexual plant. One tree has male calyx and female flowers. There are also hermaphrodite flowers. The flowers are small, yellow or light green. Its fruit appears dark purple like grapes.
Bay leaf extract has the following effects:
Promote gastrointestinal absorption and perform anti-inflammatory and analgesic, antibacterial and antipruritic, and anti-cold effects.
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