In some traditions, the leaf is used for protection from evil spirits. The color of Bay leaf is yellowish to dark brown. The smell is fresh-spicy with enduring sweet-balsamic undertones. This is the West Indiana Bay, not the Bay Laurel (the herb used to flavor stews). This bay (also sometimes referred to as ‘bay rum) has a scent reminiscent of clove. This scent is commonly found in aftershave, and blends well with cinnamon, clove, and evergreens, adding sweet and warm nuances to the overall fragrance.
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|Essential Oil||Gourmand||Heart||115°||Pimenta racemosa||leaf||steam distillation||Jamaica||MSDS|
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Note: Essential oils are all natural, but that doesn't mean they are non-toxic. There are plenty of toxins that exist in nature. Don't eat or drink the oils. Patch test on skin. Dilute before wearing.In some traditions, the leaf is used for protection from evil spirits. In some traditions, the leaf is used for protection from evil spirits.