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Powerful Leaf That Fight Insomnia, High Blood Pressure, Sugar And Blood Fat

Due to the impressive properties some plants have, they are truly miraculous and offer numerous health benefits for your health. In fact, these plants are truly the best alternative that prescription drugs could ever have. One of these useful plants is the Laurel, which is a plant that is most commonly used as a seasoning.


However, we forget that it can be used for other purposes as well. For example, many people use a bay leaf to treat diabetes, cancer, stomach problems, pain, and more. Using bay leaves is incredibly easy. Seriously, you can use this plant regularly as a zest to season numerous meals including chicken, pasta, beans, and potatoes. On the other hand, you can just drink some laurel tea and enjoy its fitness benefits.

You can find Laurel in almost every food market, here is the list of the issues it can treat:

-Skin infections

-Snoring

-Spasms

-Headache or migraine

-Insomnia

-Cystitis

-Mental lagoons

-Sciatic nerve problems

-Fluid retention

-High blood pressure

-Arthritis

-Premenstrual symptoms

-Muscular exhaustion

-Otitis

-Low energy and weakness

-Urethritis

-Gas and abdominal distention

-Depression

-Contractions in nerves and muscles


Here’s how to prepare bay leaf tea at home:

Ingredients:

30 g of laurel (dry)

Water

Instructions:

Put the water in a pot, and bring it to a boil.

As soon as the water starts to boil, put the dry laurel leaves in, and cook them for a few minutes.

Afterward, remove the pot from the heat, cover it and let it rest till the point when it cools.

Then you can strain it and, you if you like, you can add a characteristic sweetener of your choice.


How to drink:

Drinking this bay leaf tea 2 times per day, will provide positive effects the most, it’s best to drink it as soon as you wake up, and before bed.

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