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Make A Bay Leaf Tincture Against Rheumatism, Overstretched Tendons And Muscles, Muscle Pains, Misaligned Joints And Paralyzed Limbs

Written By Admin on Friday, October 28, 2016 | 2:24:00 AM

Bay leaf (Laurus nobilis) is an herb that has many strong analgesic properties. That is the reason why bay leaf is considered a super herb when it comes to treating many diseases such as migraine for example.

Bay leaf also, has a big role in the digestion of food, because it is boosting the digestion in the digestive tract and helps in reducing the level of sugar in blood.
Since its strong smell repels insects, it can also be used as a tool against moths. We will present you a recipe for preparing a bay leaf tincture against rheumatism, overstretched tendons and muscles, muscle pains, misaligned joints and paralyzed limbs.
The preparation is very easy and simple. All you need to prepare this tincture is bay leaves and alcohol.
Ingredients:
  • 30 g fresh bay leaf
  • 300 ml 60% alcohol
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Chop the bay leaves finely into small pieces and put them in a glass jar. Add the alcohol and close the jar. Place the closed jar in a warm place and let it stand for 10 days, and then strain it, and store the tincture in a glass bottle.
Usage:
Use the tincture to massage the painful areas from the body (external). Another way you can use the tincture is to consume 10 drops of it dissolved in water, 3 times a day before meal.
Caution:
Bay leaf must not be used longer than one month. You must make at least 15-day break before you continue using it. Pregnant women and children under 6 years of age must not use bay leaf.
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