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Thymus Vulgaris L.
Name – History – Mythology
The name comes from the greek word ‘thymos’ which means vitality.
An exceptional, medicinal variety of ”rock Thyme grows naturally in Greece – it can grow between rocks, as seen in the picture.It contains top quality Thyme oil.
Thyme is a honey-bearing plant. Thyme honey is highly valued in Greece for its distinct colour and flavour.
It is widely used in Greek quisine, often as a spice for fish.
Properties – Use:
Thyme is an aromatic spice and medicinal plant with antibacterial, antifungal and antiseptic properties.
Thyme has stimulating and toning properties. It stimulates the nervous system and improves thought clarity.
It is used to support the treatment of bronchitis and intense cough.
Thyme increases sweating and is an antiseptic for the intestine, the urinary and respiratory systems.
Thyme baths are recommented against rheumatism and athritis.
It reduces toothache and is effective against gum infammation.
Thyme should not be consumed during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Aromatic herbs and spices
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St John’s Wort
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