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BAY (WEST INDIES; BAY RUM) ESSENTIAL OIL
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WEST INDIES BAY TREE DESCRIPTION

The West Indian bay tree (Pimenta racemosa, called Pimenta acris or Caryophyllus racemosus in old references), also known as the bay rum tree, sweet bay or spice tree, or ciliment, is a plant in the myrtle family (Myrtaceae) native to the Caribbean (West Indies) region. There are three varieties of Bay plant leaves that can be used: common, anise-scented and citronella-scented. One can tell them apart by smelling the crushed or broken leaves. The common Bay is favored, but all can be used to produce oil, though each is quite distinct and should be stored separately. The fragrance which accompanies Bay oil production is a memorable sensory pleasure. Do not confuse the West Indian Bay Tree with the Bay Laurel (Bay Leaf; Laurus nobilis) Tree. They are different plants,

It is related to the Allspice and its leaves are highly fragrant and aromatic, much more than its Turkish, Indonesian, Californian or Indian counterparts. It is also used for cooking having an intense and highly spiced flavor. It is for this reason that in some parts of the Caribbean, the West Indian bay leaf is known simply as The Spice Tree. The West Indian bay leaf has notes of Cinnamon, Clove and Nutmeg with hints of Vanilla and Cardamom. It contains a fragrant oil that somewhat resembles Clove Oil. This oil used to be distilled in rum and water from the leaves, to produce a fragrant cologne called bay rum; although bay rum is essentially rum, the plant itself is toxic and renders the product undrinkable. The fruit, bay rum and essential oil are toxic and should not be ingested.

The larger towering trees are about 80 feet tall and the white flowers, about 0.4 inch wide, become black, oval fruits measuring up to 0.5 inch long. Bay trees for oil production are kept about 12 feet tall for easier harvesting. The Bay plant seed was often dispersed by birds, but cultivated Bay fields have plants spaced 8 feet apart and were often intercropped. The tree is extremely hardy and can grow on quite rocky soil. West Indian bay leaves vary in size, they range from 2 to 5 inches in length and can can be as wide as 2.5 inches. The leaves are thick and shiny. The color ranges from a bright green to bottle green. The darker the leaves, the more mature and robuse the flavor of the bay leaf. The plants can be found throughout the Caribbean and are now grown widely in other tropical areas, including Oceania. The ideal conditions for P. racemosa are regular irrigation and bright sunshine.

WEST INDIES BAY LEAVES IN COOKING

Bay leaves are available all year round and are mostly sold in its fresh form, simply because of the abundance. In the Caribbean, like other places, bay leaves are used for cooking rice dishes, soups and stews. However, the bay leaf is most prized when cooked in porridges such as oats porridge or plantain porridge. Bay leaves are also made into tea - you can make bay leaf tea, bay leaf and lemon grass tea or bay leaf and cocoa tea.


WEST INDIES BAY LEAF TEA

A hot cup of bay leaf tea is comforting, it is almost like aromatherapy. The fragrant leaves release there essence and gives you a spiced tea that will have you going back for a second cup. Older folks in the Caribbean believe that bay leaf tea can lower your blood pressure, aid with digestive problems and even get rid of headaches. Folk medicine is still alive in the Caribbean. Whether or not these claims are true, one thing is certain, you will love this tea.

Ingredients:
  • 3 large fresh West Indian Bay Leaves
  • 2 cups Water
  • Sugar and Milk (optional)

Preparation:

1. Add the bay leaves and water to a pot, cover, and bring to a boil over high heat.
2/ Let boil for 3 minutes then remove the pot from the heat and let the tea steep for 4 minutes.
2. Strain and drink or sweeten to suit your taste. If using milk, only use a small splash, as too much milk will dilute the flavor of the tea.

Makes 2 cups of tea.




WEST INDIES BAY LEAF SIMPLE SYRUP

This flavored simple syrup can be used as a sweetener for tea, coffee, porridge or drinks. It can be added to batters for cakes, pastries, scones or buns. Use it to flavor jams, jellies or sweet sauces.

Ingredients:
  • 10 large fresh West Indies Bay Leaves
  • 3 cups White Granulated Sugar
  • 3 cups Water

Preparation:

1.Add bay leaves, sugar and water to a pot and place on medium heat. Stir with a wooden spoon until the sugar is dissolved.
2.Bring the mixture to a boil; reduce heat to low and simmer for 4 minutes.
3.Remove from heat and let the syrup cool completely before removing the bay leaves and discarding.
4.Pour syrup into a sterilized bottle and store at room temperature or in the refrigerator.

Makes 4 to 5 cups of syrup.


While bay leaves ar prized in the kitchen, it is also used for other purposes in the home as an air freshener and an insect repellent. Fresh bay leaves are strewn in pantries and cupboards to keep away insects. Replenishing this natural air freshener and insect repellent is never a problem since the fresh bay leaves are always available.

The Caribbean has a rich heritage of folk medicine and you can find older folks recommending a cup of hot bay leaf tea to lower blood pressure, help with digestive problems or to get rid of a headache.

Note: Only the leaves of Pimenta racemosa are used in cooking, tea and medicinal remedies. All other parts of the plant, including the berries, are not edible and should not be ingested.




WEST INDIES BAY (BAY RUM) ESSENTIAL OIL

DESCRIPTION

The West Indian Bay tree, Pimenta racemosa is a sturdy evergreen shrub or tree of the Myrtle family. Leaves of myrtles are typically a shiny blue green and strongly scented when crushed; the flowers, bark, and berries are also fragrant, and myrtle has been used in perfumery. This tree is a type of evergreen that originated in the West Indies, though most West Indian Bay Essential Oil is now harvested in Morocco and Spain. The trees must be at least 5 years old to have their oil harvested, which is then used for many alternative health applications. The ancient Greeks considered myrtle sacred to the goddess Aphrodite and used it in festivals. Whole or ground bay leaf is used to season meats, potatoes, stews, sauces, fish, pickles, and vinegars. It is also used to aromatize Bay Rum and other toiletries.

Bay rum, a popular face lotion for men, is made from a combination of bay oil, citrus and spice oils, alcohol, and water. It was first made in the West Indies, where it was prepared by boiling the leaves of the West Indian Bay in white rum and collecting the distillate.

When left to grow, the Bay tree can reach 80 feet in height, but when used for oil production, they are kept about 12 feet tall for easier harvesting. A very close cousin of the Bay tree is the Pimento tree, whose seeds are known as "allspice".

The West Indies Bay Rum oil is produced by steam distillation by boiling the chopped leaves under pressure. The oil is distilled from the leaves of a small tree, the plant Pimenta Racemosa in the West Indies and South America. West Indies Bay Rum Essential Oil has a spicy, sexy aroma. It has a fresh scent, somewhat camphor-like, with a lasting sweet, balsamic undertone. The oils has a pale straw to brownish orange color. While a hydrometer is used to test specific gravity of the oil, purity is also gauged by clarity and smell.

WEST INDIAN BAY ESSENTIAL OIL PROFILE


  • Botanical Name: Pimenta racemosa
  • Family species: Myrtaceae


  • West Indian Bay is also referred to as Myrcia Acris, Pimenta Acris, Myrcia, Bay, Bay Rum Tree, Wild Cinnamon, Bayberry, Bay Leaf, but is NOT the same as Laurel Leaf Oil (Laurus nobilis) nor North American bayberry or wax myrtle (Myrica cerifera). The leaves of the bay tree used to be commonly distilled with rum and water to produce Bay Rum, a formulation used primarily on the hair.

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  • Color: Deep, dark yellow
  • Viscosity: Medium to watery
  • Scent-Aroma: Spicy, fresh top note, sweet, balsamy undertone, medicinal
  • Perfume aroma: Base / middle / top note


  • OIL SOURCE INFORMATION

  • Plant Type: Tree
  • Part Used: Leaves
  • Countries of Origin: West Indies, St. Thomas (Virgin Islands), Jamaica, South and Central America
  • Extraction Method: Steam distillation (salt or sea water sometimes used in process)
  • Known Chemical Constituents: Eugenol, chavicol, myrcene, cineol, methyl eugenol, linalol, limonene
  • Safety Data: Bay (West Indies) oil is moderately toxic due to high eugenol content and is a mucous membrane irritant. Avoid this oil if you are currently suffering from liver or kidney conditions.
  • Traditional Use: The so-called bay rum tree provides the basic ingredient for the famous old hair tonic, which is made from the leaves by being distilled in rum. This is a hair application with both fragrant and tonic virtues useful for those who suffer from greasy hair and need a spirit-based, scalp-stimulating lotion to help them to control their locks.
  • Properties: Analgesic, anticonvulsant, antispasmodic, cholagogue, emmenagogue, febrifuge, antineuralgic, antiseptic, astringent, expectorant, stomachic, sudorific, hair tonic, stimulant.


  • USES FOR ESSENTIAL OIL

    West Indies Bay leaves are used in cooking and teas, condiments and drinks. It is useful for treating colds, flu, sprains and rheumatism. It is said to stimulate hair growth it may be useful in cases of strained or sore muscles, it is used to soothe itching and as an insect repellent. Historically it was used as an insecticide and to keep moths away. Now West Indian Bay Oil is used medically and cosmetically all over the world.

    The West Indies Bay Rum essential oil used for is used in aromatherapy, soap making, lotions, detergents and perfumery. Bay is antiseptic and is wonderfully fragrant. The Bay Rum essential oil-aroma generally recognized as the base for famous bay rum fragrance, locally antiseptic, useful in treatment of dandruff, scabies. Bay West Indies essential oil can be applied to the scalp as a tonic to revitalize hair while treating dandruff and can be added to an unscented, additive free Shampoo and / or Conditioner and massaged into the scalp. It is very healing with dandruff and other skin problems. It is said to promote hair growth when used on a regular basis, rejuvenating the hair and hair follicles. Cosmetically used for men's products such as aftershave, men's fragrances, lotions, as well as other men's hair products. It has a very masculine scent. It helps to relieve cold symptoms such as headaches, and congestion in the sinus and lungs, flu. Along with improving memory, it also helps with other problems such as nerve pain, also those who have problems with convulsions.
    • Scalp: One of the most common uses of West Indian Bay Essential Oil is for the overall health of the scalp. Diluted oil is applied to the scalp to help stimulate hair growth for balding or thinning scalps. It is also used for treating dandruff. It is added to many hair concoctions for men not only for the hair stimulation but also because it smells like bay rum, a popular male scent for grooming. Because it stimulates blood circulation it is used in many massage oils. Commonly used to relieve tension in the muscles when applied topically, it gives the skin a heat sensation.

    • Soreness & Muscles: West Indian Bay Essential Oil has a warming effect, making it ideal for sore muscles or very mild strains or sprains. Anytime muscles have been overexerted, a diluted application of the essential oil can warm the muscles, promoting relief from soreness. Like any injury, you should consult a health care provider rather than continue treatment with the West Indian Bay Essential Oil if the pain or swelling lasts more than a few days.

    • Congestion:It's very hard to treat the congestion that comes with a common cold. You can use West Indian Bay Essential Oil in a vaporizer and inhale deeply. The oil will act as an expectorant. Expectorants help loosen phlegm to allow it to be coughed up and spit out of the body, helping to clear the lungs. Seek medical attention if the congestion lasts several days or is severe. Add a few drops of oil to a bowl of boiling water, cover your head with a towel, bend over the bowl and inhale deeply for several minutes. You can also apply a drop on a tissue and inhale.

    • Nerve Calmer: West Indian Bay Essential Oil has a calming effect on the mind, which can help the rest of the body relax. It is most effective as a calming agent when it is either diluted into a massage oil and used for a relaxing massage or added to bath water. Try adding Rose and Juniper essential oils as well to add to the overall calming effect if you are using the oil as an additive for massage oil.

    • Aromatherapy: For aromatherapy purposes, use West Indian Bay Essential Oil in a lamp ring or diffuser, with a touch of Lime essential oil. Emotionally it is said to stimulate and uplift, warming the emotions, reviving the emotionally exhausted.

    WEST INDIAN BAY ESSENTIAL OIL BLENDS WITH

    Citrus Essential Oils (especially Lime and Orange), Benzoin Essential Oil, Bergamot Essential Oil, Black Pepper Essential Oil, Cardamom Essential Oil, Cedarwood (Atlas) Essential Oil, Cedarwood (Virginian) Essential Oil, Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil, Clove Bud Essential Oil, Coriander Essential Oil, Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Fennel Essential Oil, Frankincense Essential Oil, Geranium Essential Oil, Ginger Essential Oil, Grapefruit Essential Oil, Juniper Berry Essential Oil, Lavender (French) Essential Oil, Lemon Essential Oil, Mandarin Orange Essential Oil, Marjoram (Spanish) Essential Oil, Nutmeg Essential Oil, Orange (Sweet) Essential Oil, Patchouli Essential Oil, Petitgrain Essential Oil, Rosemary Essential Oil, Sandalwood Essential Oil, Wild Thyme Essential Oil, Ylang Ylang Essential Oil.

    PRECAUTIONS

    West Indies Bay Leaf Essential Oil may be a dermal irritant and a sensitizer. It is a mucous membrane irritant, avoid using near mucous membranes. Avoid oral dosages. If using on the skin, use in very weak dilutions. It should never be applied directly to the skin. Avoid in pregnancy or while nursing because of possible irritation, even if it is properly diluted, or if you have liver problems. Not for internal use. Avoid contact with eyes. Adults Only. Keep out of reach of children. If symptoms persist consult your health care practitioner. May be phototoxic when applied to the skin, therefore not recommended for those who use sunbeds and sunbake. Seek medical attention immediately if you are pregnant or know someone who is who has come into contact with West Indian Bay Essential Oil and is showing signs of a reaction.




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    FOR A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP

    10 drops West Indies Bay Essential Oil
    2 to 3 drops Sweet Orange Essential Oil
    1 drop Clove Essential Oil
    Almond Carrier Oil (For Diluting)


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  • BAY-PATCHOULI

    4 drops West Indies Bay Essential Oil
    2 drops Sweet Orange Essential Oil
    1 drop Patchouli Essential Oil
    Almond Carrier Oil (For Diluting)


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  • BAY-LIME

    10 drops West Indies Bay Essential Oil
    5 drops Lime Essential Oil
    1 drop Clove Essential Oil
    Almond Carrier Oil (For Diluting)


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    Bay - Hair Renewal

    Latin name: Pimenta racemosa. Family: Myrtaceae. Distilled from leaves and twigs and imported from West Indies. Bay has a powerful sweet, spicy balsamic scent. Some traditional uses: as a stimulant for hair growth, for relieving muscle spasms and strains, to improve circulation, to relieve melancholy, nervous exhaustion, as an insect repellant. Avoid use during pregnancy. Blends with: rosemary, geranium, lavender, ylang ylang, other spice and citrus oils.


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    Bay oil is distilled from the leaves and small twigs of the bay rum tree. It has a powerful, spicy, sweet aroma with a distinctive clove note. It is used to produce bay rum fragrance and as a component of fresh, spicy scents. Aromatherapy benefits: clarifying, warming. Bay oil has a high eugenol content and may irritate the skin and mucus membranes, so use with caution. Pregnant women should avoid it. Bay oil can be used in the treatment of rheumatism, neuralgia, muscular pain, circulation problems, colds, flu, dental infection, and diarrhea and skin infections. The benefit of Bay oil lies in its calming and warming effect on emotions and general aches and pains, including rheumatic pains. It also settles the digestive system and acts as a tonic on the liver and kidneys. Bay essential oil is also helpful with hair and scalp conditions. In vapor therapy Bay oil can be used for an infection, for fever and general aches and pains. As a blended massage oil or diluted in the bath, Bay oil can assist with calming emotions and relieving aches and pains, especially when combined with Rose and Juniper. Bay oil blends well with other oils including: Cedarwood, Coriander, Eucalyptus, Geranium, Ginger, Juniper, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Rose, Rosemary, Thyme and Ylang Ylang. Essential and resin oils are volatile, fragrant materials extracted from the root, bark, wood, seed, fruit, leaf or flower of a single plant. Essential oils contain the odor, taste and medicinal properties of the plant itself, but in very concentrated form, with no base oil, alcohol, water or dilutants added. Steam distillation and cold pressing are used to extract the essential oil from the plant. Starwest Essential Oils are guaranteed to be 100% pure and undiluted. The distillation process occurs either at the site where the plants are grown or at a distillery. Each oil is tested for purity and strength using the gas chromatography method. Packaged in glass amber bottles to preserve the oils, the 1/3 ounce size has a fitted dropper insert and a tamper-evident, child-proof lid. The larger items are in amber glass or PET gallon containers, depending on the product. Starwest’s pure essential oils are suitable for use in aromatherapy, cosmetic preparation, healing and body care, potpourris and more. Essential oils are very potent and should always be used sparingly and in conjunction with a reliable reference.

    Starwest Botanicals: Bay Leaf (Pimenta Racemosa) Essential Oil, 1/3 fl. oz.
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    HerbsPro: Bay Essential Oil (Pimenta Racemosa), Aura Cacia, 0.5 fl. oz.
    Bay oil is distilled from the leaves and small twigs of the bay rum tree. It has a powerful, spicy, sweet aroma with a distinctive clove note. It is used to produce bay rum fragrance and as a component of fresh, spicy scents. Aromatherapy benefits: clarifying, warming.
    HerbsPro: Bay Rum Barber Shop After Shave, Cool & Refreshing Lotion, Lucky Tiger, 16 fl. oz.
    HerbsPro: Bay Rum Deodorant Powder For Men, Honeybee Gardens, 4 oz.
    Talc and aluminum free, 100% natural. Ingredients include sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), cornstarch, arrowroot powder, and essential oils.


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Bay Essential Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 1/3 fl. oz: C
    Bay oil is distilled from the leaves and small twigs of the bay rum tree. It has a powerful, spicy, sweet aroma with a distinctive clove note. It is used to produce bay rum fragrance and as a component of fresh, spicy scents. Aromatherapy benefits: clarifying, warming.
    Kalyx: Bay Essential Oil, Aura Cacia, 1/2 fl oz: K
    Bay oil is distilled from the leaves and small twigs of the bay rum tree. It has a powerful, spicy, sweet aroma with a distinctive clove note. It is used to produce bay rum fragrance and as a component of fresh, spicy scents. Aromatherapy benefits: clarifying, warming.
    Kalyx: Bay Essential Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 4 fl. oz: C
    Bay oil is distilled from the leaves and small twigs of the bay rum tree. It has a powerful, spicy, sweet aroma with a distinctive clove note. It is used to produce bay rum fragrance and as a component of fresh, spicy scents. Aromatherapy benefits: clarifying, warming.
    Kalyx: Bay Rum Scented Herbal Aftershave, Honeybee Gardens, 4 fl oz: K
    Ages ago, West Indian Bay essential oil, citrus and spice oils were combined with pure Carribean white rum to produce a lotion that was revitalizing, yet calming to the skin. They have re-created this timeless classic, capturing the fresh, gentlemanly essence of this exotic brew. If you have problems shaving, this product is the answer. A select blend of herbs combined to cool and soothe newly shaven skin. Leaves skin virtually free of irritation. Aloe helps to moisturize and soften the skin.
    Kalyx: Bay Rum Herbal Aftershave, Honeybee Gardens, 4 oz: HF
    Masculine, timeless and unmistakable. If you have problems shaving, this product is the answer. Using an age-old process, a select blend of fresh herbs is brewed for weeks and then strained multiple times resulting in a golden serum which cools and soothes newly shaven skin. Leaves skin virtually free of irritation. Aloe is then added to moisturize and soften skin. Bay Rum scent is fresh and exotic.
    Kalyx: Bay Rum Deodorant Powder, Honeybee Gardens, 4 oz: K
    Functions as an anti-chaffing powder, shaving powder, foot powder, or where ever you need it, powder it. Talc-free. Absorbs excess moisture and soothes skin, keeping you dry and fresh. Finally an alternative to sticky liquid or waxy stick deodorant that is aluminum and talc free. We've combined the natural deodorizing properties of baking soda with the superior absorbent properties of cornstarch and arrowroot. The result is a clean, soft, delicately-scented natural powder with the odor fighting capabilities of the toughest deodorants on the market. A portion of the proceeds from this product are donated to breast cancer research.
    Kalyx: Bay Rum Mens Deodorant Powder, Honeybee Gardens, 4 oz: HF
    100% Natural Talc and Aluminum Free Men's deodorant powder that feels good with a Bay Rum scent that smells great. HBG for Men's talc-free Deodorant Powder functions as an anti-chaffing powder, shaving powder, foot powder, or wherever-you-need-it-powder. It absorbs excess moisture and soothes skin, keeping you dry and fresh.


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