- Historically known for its powerful purifying properties, thyme essential oil is a wonderful addition to your home cleaning arsenal to keep the air pure and clean surfaces. It also helps to repel insects.
- It has a long history in the ancient pharmacopoeia, and today it is used extensively to medicate gauze and wool for surgical dressings
- used to prevent rancidity and preservation of foods
- During the epidemic diseases in Europe, people carried Thyme of ward off infection.
Digestive - promotes appetite, eases abdominal distension and relieves flatulence
Immune- recommended for all infections as it stimulates the whilte blood corpuscles so it strengthens the body's immune system
Musculoskeletal - used to ease gout, rheumatic pain and arthritis and sporting injuries
Nervous - beneficial in cases of nervous depression and mental fatigue and also recommended for headaches and stress-related complaints
Respiratory - used for any cold condition involving weakness, congestion and/or infection of the lungs
Skincare - A tonic for the scalp and may be effective with dandruff and hair loss. Often helpful with wounds and sores as well as dermatitis.