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The essential nutrients and chemicals that can be taken from the Indian Laurel


Indian Laurel is a small tree that is slightly wrapped in small hair.  The leaves are broad and rounded.  The flowers are small and yellow in color that clustered on a stalk. This fruit is small circles.  Originally came from forests in the Asian region, which also includes the Philippines.

Nutrients and chemicals that can be taken from the Indian Laurel

* Leaves - contains phytol, caryophyllene, thujopsene, and B-myrcene.  Leaf oil contains lauric acid, 3-octen-5-yne, 2,7-dimethyl, a-cubebene and caryophyllene.

* Tree - is available in 2-hexadecyl-3-hydroxy-4-methylbutanolide, litsealactone C, D, G, and eusmoside C.

* Seeds - are available in tallowlike oils containing laurostearin and olein.


Diseases that can cure by Indian Laurel:

1.) Boil - The Indian Laurel's crushed bones are placed on the boil for the boil to heal.  You can also put the crushed Indian Laurel leaves.

2.) Rheumatoid arthritis - Pain in the joint can be helped by anointing the crushed root of Indian laurel in the affected part of the body.

3.) Wounds - The stinged root of Indian Laurel leaf can be used in putting the wound to speed up healing.

4.) Diarrhea - the boiled water of Indian Laurel is an effective remedy for diarrhea.  It is only used as a tea.

5.) Irregular menstruation - drinking boiled water of Indian laurel's root can help with menstruation conditions.




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