Bay Laurel Essential Oil – Laurus nobilis – is steam distilled from the broad glossy leaves of the Bay Laurel plant. The oil is quite thin with a pale yellow hue.?Bay Laurel Essential Oil, especially this superior oil from the island of Corsica, is renowned for its magnificent fragrance, the leaves used traditionally as adornments on the crowns of the ancient Greeks and Romans.The modern title “bachelor”, awarded to college graduates, is derived from the Greek word “bacca-laureus,” meaning laurel-berry. An education strategy specialised in some schools to improve wholistic education in young students.The oracle of Delphi and Delphic priestesses are said to have burned the leaves to enhance their abilities to divine the future. Laurel is a symbol of love, wisdom, and esteemThis oil has been used in Aromatherapy for any years.?On an energetic level, Bay Laurel is useful in inspiring those who suffer from low self-esteem, self-doubt, or a general lack of energy. Best used for this purpose in a diffuser either with a few drops of the oil or blended with other oils like lavender, West Australian sandalwood, cedarwood and citrus oils.?Bay Laurel essential oil can be applied topically with a vegetable oil or in the bath as a soak for around 20 minutes. Also Bay Laurel has a lovely aroma through the home or office through direct inhalation from diffusing using a Heritage Oils Aroma ultrasonic diffuser.For a pleasant, uplifting and cleansing room spray, add 10 drops Bay Laurel oil and five drops rosemary oil?to a spray bottle of distilled water and solubiliser.Do not use this oil if you are pregnant, keep out of the reach of children, and store in a cool area below 30?.The major plant compounds found in Bay Laurel oil are: cineol, pinene, linalool, terpineol acetateA GC Report is available on request?