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  • Thyme is a flowering shrubby plant in the mint family that is original to the Mediterranean region. As one of the most popular culinary herbs world-wide, however, it is cultivated elsewhere as a garden annual or perennial.


    Serves as:  Antiseptic, Tonic, Relieves muscle spasms, Expectorant, Expels Worms, Antioxidant.


    Commonly prescribed for conditions including: Menstraul Pain, Stomach ulcers, Anti-Ageing, Infections, Asthma &Hay fever, Expel Worms (Especially in children). External Use: Releives Bites and stings,used for sciatica and rheumatic pains, helps ringworm, athletes foot, thrush, scabies and lice. use oil in sclap to encourage hair growth and reverse hair loss.


    Use in Teas: Brew as tea usuing Fresh, Dried, or powdered thyme, steep only for 5-8 mins then remove to avoid an unpleasent texture.


    Infuse in oil for use in topical skin salves and ointments.


    Self- help uses: Allergic rhinitis, Back pain, Bites, and stings,Colds and flus,Coughs and Bronchitis, Earache, Fungal Infections, Maintaining vitality, Mild asthma, Tired and aching muscles.


    There are many Thymus species, each with different volatile oil content. example: Wild thyme, which is often used in the same way as thyme.


    WARNING: I am NOT a licensed health care professional. To avoid any harmful reactions, please do your own research & consult your health care physician before use of  any herbs, especially if you are already perscribed to other forms of medication. 


    Keep in a tightly sealed container in a place free of drafts and direct light.

    Thyme {Thymus Vulgaris}

    4 Ounces
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