How To Dehydrate Bay Leaves @OmNomAlly While fresh off the tree is best, dehydrating your bay leaves is a great long-term storage idea for the best soups, stocks and stews of your life! Know someone with a bay tree? Beg them for some of the fresh stuff - it's phenomenal! Have a tree and know some foodie friends? Dehydrating them some leaves is a fantastic present that every home cook will adore you for ;)
Five Natural Room Scent Recipes (DIY): 1) Oranges, cinnamon & cloves (allspice and anise are optional). 2) Lemon, rosemary, & vanilla 3) Lime, thyme, mint & vanilla extract 4) Orange, ginger (fresh or powdered), and almond extract 5) Pine or cedar twigs (or other fragrant twigs), bay leaves, and nutmeg.
Fresh Bay Leaves contain a lot of Vitamin C & have immunity building, wound healing & body resistant properties. Bay Leaves are also rich in Vitamain A & B, Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Zinc, etc. They can reduce the effects of stomach ulcers & has also been used to treat rheumatism, amenorrhea, & colic. The leaves are very effective in treating diabetes. The powdered leaves consumed for 30 days has shown a great drop in blood glucose, cholesterol & triglycerides. #dherbs #healthtips