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Bay Leaf تیز پتہ

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Overview:

Bay leaves come from the bay laurel plant, an evergreen shrub that grows slowly in warm climates. The plants are grown for ornamental use and dried and used in cooking. The thick and leathery leaves are elongated with pointy ends. Most often, recipes call for dried bay leaves, which have a slightly stronger scent than fresh.

Uses:

The uses of bay leaves include grinding the leaves into a spice to flavor soups and stews, but they are most commonly added in their whole form as a flavoring for certain Italian dishes and are then removed or used as a garnish. Whole leaves are not commonly consumed. There is no extensive range of culinary application for bay leaves, although extracts of these leaves have numerous medical uses. These leaves are also a popular element in aromatherapy and herbal treatments for various skin and respiratory condition.

Benefits:

Bay leaves can help people with type 2 diabetes. In addition to rendering flavor to foods, bay leaves were also found to play a role in glucose metabolism.

Bay leaves also reduced bad cholesterol levels and increased levels of HDL.

Bay leaves may reduce food cravings, thereby reducing body weight.

Bay leaf, among a few other leaves, was found to inhibit the activity of the COX-21 enzyme. COX-21 is known to trigger inflammation.

Bay leaf was also found to be effective in breast cancer therapy. A study found that the leaf extract induced cell death in breast cancer cell lines.

Bay leaves can also help prevent wrinkles and relieve skin from stress.

Bay Leaf leaves are also used to treat head lice effectively.

Essential oil of bay leaves is extracted, it can be mixed into a salve and applied to the chest to help alleviate various respiratory conditions.

Nutritions:

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Monounsaturated Fat 0grams

Cholesterol 0milligrams

Sodium 0.1milligrams

Potassium 1.1milligrams

Total Carbohydrates 0.1grams

Dietary Fiber 0.1