Thyme Oil

Thyme Oil

Thymus vulgaris is a flowering plant in the mint family Lamiaceae. It is growing upto 15-30 cm tall by 40 cm wide. Thyme is cultivated in most of the European countries, together with France, Svizzera, Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, Portuguese Republic and Ellas. Yield and quality of oil varies in line with the genetic make-up of stuff, crop maturity at harvest, setting and distillation follow.

Thyme has been thought of to be antiseptic, antimicrobial, medication, astringent, anthelmintic, medicinal drug, carminative, disinfectant, medicinal drug and tonic. Thyme is incredibly useful in cases of assorted intestinal infections and infestations, like hookworms, ascarids, gram-positive and gram-negative bacterium, fungi and yeasts as well as Candida albicans. Its active constituent, thymol, is active against enterobacteria and cocci bacteria.

Thyme may also improve liver functioning, and act as an appetite stimulant. It will be used in treatment of cartilaginous tube, bronchial and urinary infections. Used as a gargle, Thyme is helpful in treatment of laryngitis and inflammation. the main component of the volatile oil of thyme, thymol, is active against enterobacteria and cocci bacteria.

It is used for skin issues like oily skin, sciatica, acne, dermatitis, skin condition and bug bites. In aromatherapy, the distinct types, thymol, ‘red thyme oil’, linalol kind for its terribly light soft action and thuyanol for antiviral properties are used. A corrected product, ‘white thyme oil’ is also used, and it’s milder on the skin. Applied to the skin, thyme relieves bites and stings, and relieves neuralgy and rheumatic aches and pains.

Thymus vulgaris L

Thymus Vulgaris (Thyme) Flower/Leaf Oil

Colorless To Light Yellow

Perfume, Antiseptic Product

Steam Distillation

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