The Global Market Demand for Bay Leaf has been increasing for many years now. This growing popularity of Bay leaves may be due to the various nutritional characteristics of the leaves and its diverse uses. The Bay Leaf exporter in India exports the leaves to various parts of the world. The Bay Leaf import from India has been rising because of the premium quality and varieties of the leaf exported from India.
|Product Name||Bay Leaf|
|Binomial name||Laurus nobilis|
|Nutrients||Calories 314 kcal
Total Carbohydrates – 75 g
Dietary Fiber – 26 g
USES & BENEFITS
- The bay leaf is said to be useful for diabetes. Research shows that taking ground bay leaf twice a day along with medicine for diabetes may lower pre-meal blood sugar levels.
- The bay leaf is also said to be useful for reducing joint and muscle pain. The bay leaves may be ground and applied to the skin.
- The bay leaves are said to be a cure for dandruff when applied to the skin.
- Bay Leaf tea is also said to be useful for migraines and is a rich source of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and other minerals.