Bay laurel



Scientific name: Laurus nobilis

Family: Lauraceae

Origin: Mediterranean

Medicinal use: Laurus nobilis, commonly called laurel or laurel, is a shrub or perennial tree belonging to the lauraceae family, to which it gives its name. The fruit is a berry, ovoid, 10-15 mm, black when ripe. The leaves are used in soups, stews and stews, as well as in meat, fish, seafood and vegetables, and even in desserts such as rice pudding (they are generally used whole).

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