This spice has many names, Japanese name is “月桂樹”, English name is Bay Leaves, French name is Laurel, Spanish name is Laureth etc. I have some reference books, but it is difficult to search with a mix. Here, we will unite with the English name Bay Leaves.
Origin is West Asia and the southern part of Europe, it is leaves to use as spices.
Well, although it’s efficacy,
- Taste: pungent,astrigent
- Function: Heating body
- Working: Fatigue recovery, stomach medicine, rheumatism, joint pain, neuralgia, tranquility, hair growth agent, bath water
- VIPAKA (taste after digestion): pungent
- VPK analysis: decrease Vata,Kapha
Are not you familiar with this spice, leaves alone? Maybe,
Everyone should have seen something.
From the ancient Olympics era, the winner suffered, that.
Crown of leaves, even now, it is used for the design of the winning flag, shield, cup.
Oh, the Japanese liquor “Laurel” used this leaves of Bay Leaves.
Crown of leaves, even now, it is used for the design of the winning flag, shield, cup. Bay Leaves is a symbol of glory used from the ancient Olympics.
In Japan, the alcohol called “月桂樹” used leaves of Bay Leaves. I can not drink alcohol so I can not check the taste