Laurel Leaf Essential Oil, ORGANIC

$45.00
Weight & Price
  • 4 oz
  • 1 oz
  • 1/3 oz
  • 1/2 KG (1.1 LB)
  • 1 KG (2.2 LB)
  • 4 KG (8.8 LB)
  • 25 KG (55 LB)
SKU:54039
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BOTANICAL NAME Laurus Nobilis Leaf oil
CAS 8002-41-3
FEMA 2125, 2613
EC 283-272-5
Oil Part of Plant Leaves
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN Turkey
AROMA PROFILE Warm, spicy, herbaceous, slightly camphoraceous
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Laurel Leaf Oil is also known as Bay Leaf Oil and Sweet Bay Oil. It is extracted from the leaves of the sweet bay laurel tree, also known as Laurus nobilis. This evergreen tree is native to the Mediterranean region and can grow up to 60 feet tall.


Laurel Leaf Essential Oil has a warm, spicy, herbaceous, slightly camphoraceous aroma. It is often described as warm and spicy, herbaceous and slightly woody,

camphoraceous and slightly minty, fresh and invigorating. The oil's aroma is reminiscent of the scent of fresh bay leaves, with a hint of eucalyptus and cloves.


Laurel Leaf Essential Oil has a wide range of uses, including:


• Aromatherapy: Its aroma is said to be uplifting, stimulating.


• Perfumery: Laurel Leaf Essential Oil is used as a fixative and to add a warm, spicy, and herbaceous note to fragrances. It is used in unisex fragrances to add a touch of warmth, spice, and freshness. It is often blended with citrus notes, such as bergamot, lemon, and orange.


• Personal Care and Cosmetics: It is used in soaps and body washes, lotions, and other skincare products for its fragrance, moisturizing and potential skin benefits.


• Home Care: Laurel Leaf Essential Oil is commonly used in home care products due to its pleasant aroma and antimicrobial properties. Laurel Leaf Essential Oil is often added to air fresheners and diffusers. It is sometimes added to cleaning products, such as all-purpose cleaners and floor cleaners.


• Insect repellent: It is used as a natural insect repellent due to its strong aroma. It is believed to repel mosquitoes, flies, and other insects.


• Culinary: Laurel Leaf Essential Oil has been used as a culinary ingredient for centuries. It has a warm, spicy, and herbaceous flavor that can be used to add depth and complexity to a variety of dishes. Here are some examples of how Laurel Leaf Essential Oil is commonly used as a food ingredient:


o Soups and stews: Laurel Leaf Essential Oil is a common ingredient in soups and stews, such as split pea soup, beef stew, and lentil soup. It is often used to add a warm, savory flavor to these dishes.


o Sauces and marinades: Laurel Leaf Essential Oil is often used in sauces and marinades for meats, poultry, and seafood. It can also be used to flavor salad dressings and dipping sauces.


o Braised dishes: Laurel Leaf Essential Oil is a common ingredient in braised dishes, such as pot roast and beef bourguignon. It helps to tenderize the meat and add a rich, savory flavor.


o Pickling: Laurel Leaf Essential Oil is sometimes used in pickling to add a warm, herbaceous flavor to pickled vegetables.


o Bread and pastries: Laurel Leaf Essential Oil can be used to add a warm, spicy flavor to bread and pastries. It is often used in focaccia, rye bread, and gingerbread.

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