Sweet Bay Leaf is harvested with love and intention on the lush island of Saint Lucia. Its potent aromatic scent and sweet flavour makes this healing herb great to use as a tea, in smoothies, rich-age, and also when baking.
The benefits of Sweet Bay Leaf include:
Supports womb health, eases menstrual cramping
Supports digestive health
How to prepare and full joy:
One teaspoon of the dried leaf can be used in 1 cup of hot water and steeped for 5, 7, 9, or 13 minutes in a sealed or covered container, depending on your desired potency.
You can also add into your smoothie and to stews for a delicious exotic flavour!
Size: 85g (3oz)
*All prices are in USD
Processing of orders can take 2-4 business days before they are shipped.
We ship orders out Monday through Friday.
All shipments are provided with a tracking number and can be self-tracked.
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The Holidays were rough, but these three kept me operating at optimal health. The Sweet Bay Leaf... wow! I haven’t had a soda in four months. I sip this tea (iced and hot) every day. Great taste especially with a squeeze of lime.
Use it all the time in my smoothie. Smells great!! Thank you.
It works and great.. I make a tea with this
I love it and will continue to purchase more!
I am literally obsessed with Sweet Bay Leaf...I use it everyday in my smoothies and oh my god...the smell is incredible and I have already seen a HUGE difference in my body already! The inflammation has noticeably decreased in a short period of time. Herbs are so powerful. I can’t wait to use it in my cooking. I also am trying out sweet bay leaf popsicles with Irish Seamoss blended in there. WOW. Thank you Akeem and Priest Kailash. Sending SO. Much. Love. ♥️♥️♥️
I like it. I blend the powder in with my smoothies daily. The packaging recommends 1 tsp, but I only use 1-2 pinches sprinkled around. The Sweet Bay Leaf powder is very strong in taste, adding too much powder can over power the flavor in foods and/or drinks, making it distasteful and hard to commute.
I LOVE, this product soo much! I use it in my soups, rice, and porridge.
Again it's happened me with my A1C and my cholesterol level