Bay laurel tree wood is very resiny, and when burned, this resin can coat and clog your chimney, leading to a chimney fire.
If you let Bay Laurel logs season (dry) properly (longer than other types of wood), the moisture will leave it, decreasing the danger of the resin, which will lend to a nice aroma once dry. The second link down provides a wood seasoning guide.
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