Laurel – Ingl., Lorbeer – Ted., Laurier – Fr, Lauro – Sp., Лавр - Russ.
Bay belongs to the Lauraceae family and it is native to Asia Minor. It grows wild in all Mediterranean countries, and it is mainly cultivated in Turkey. Widespread cultivations could be also found in Albania, progressively abandoned in the last decades. In addition to its use as an aromatic plant, laurel is well appreciated as an ornamental plant, either bush or tree shaped.
whole leaf, bay leaf T / V and powder.
Le foglie essiccate, più ricche di essenze aromatiche se raccolte nei mesi estivi, si conservano in ambiente fresco, areato, poco illuminato ed in assenza di umidità