Bay essential oil
Warming Stimulating Digestive Muscles Joints Tonic
Bay oil has a woody, masculine, clove-like smell and is both warming and stimulating
West Indian bay leaves have traditionally been used to make a hair tonic. Essential oil of Bay can be used particularly to treat a greasy or a flaky scalp. It’s great for stimulating the scalp as it brings the blood to the surface of the skin. Why not try some of my shampoo blend and add some essential oil of Bay to make your own customised shampoo!
As Bay brings the blood to the surface of the skin I also use it for poor circulation. It’s ideal both before exercise to improve performance or after exercise to ease those muscular aches and pains. Put a few drops in the bath when you have overdone it at the gym or exercise class. Try 2 drops Bay, 2 drops Lavender and 2 drops Rosemary and enjoy a long, hot soak. Bay is so good at relieving pain that I have even used it for neuralgia with excellent results
Bay is an overall tonic for the body and mind.
On a spiritual level Bay can be used in meditation to access one’s deepest wisdom.
- Botanical Species
- Pimenta racemosa
- Country of Origin
- West Indies
- Plant Part
- Extraction Method
- Steam distilled or water distilled
- Orange/brown liquid
- Take care with overly sensitive skin
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