Laurel Rocalba 4 g
|HUF 990 * (nettó: HUF 780)|
Characterisation of the spice bean:
Bay leaf or bay leaf is the staple herb of our time, a versatile spice and medicinal plant. It was used by the Greeks to crown their athletes and warlords, by the Delphic oracles as a magical plant, in the Middle Ages to fight the plague, and today it is an essential spice in potato stews. The spicebush is an evergreen tree or shrub native to Asia Minor, which grows wild in the Mediterranean and is widely cultivated around the Mediterranean. It can be grown in pots and containers (the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans kept beans in large pots). The leaves are shiny on the top and dull underneath, leathery, spear-shaped, with a characteristic spicy smell and bitter taste. It contains volatile oil, tannic acid and bitter substances. The leaves of the plant are used as a herb.
Prefers nutrient-rich soil.
In summer, it is ideal to plant it in the garden, where it prefers a semi-shady, airy place.
Does not require much attention, watering infrequently.
In winter, it is advisable to overwinter in a bright, cool place (or in a greenhouse). This means treating it as a balcony plant, repotting it several times.
The medicinal properties of laurel
Essences and extracts of laurel are usually used externally in the form of ointments for rheumatic complaints, sprains and bruises. Used externally in infants, it reduces abdominal pain and has antibacterial properties. The fresh leaves are rich in vitamins C and A and contain minerals such as copper, potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, zinc and magnesium. It has an appetite stimulating and diuretic effect, relieves flatulence, and laurel essential oil is also recommended for colds, flu and bronchitis. As it has a natural local analgesic effect. It is also very effective against intestinal yeasts, Candida fungus, but its anti-rot properties are also good against flatulence. It improves appetite and stimulates digestion. It has a mild sedative and sedative effect and is also used for headaches. It also relieves the symptoms of herpes, as it has antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties.
What does bay leaf go with?
Bay is a slightly woody, tart, slightly bitter, yet fresh, citrusy spice with a complex character. It can be used not only dried but also fresh for a stronger, more aromatic flavour. Laurel is a herb that can be grown in the window, and is worth getting because it is only available fresh with great luck. Potato stew or any other popular Hungarian cabbage dish is unimaginable without it, but it also goes very well with fish, seafood, game, or when added to water when cooking ham, beans and lentils, it adds a special flavour to dishes. It is also a spice in stews, sauces and soups, and is particularly good with pickles. As with cinnamon, for example, beans should not be overdosed, because although they look like harmless leaves, they can be very full of character.
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