Thyme Thymol Organic Essential Oil (Red Thyme)

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Thyme Thymol is a shrub that grows on the limestone rocks of the maquis. It has been used in cooking and medicine since the history of mankind. There are several chemotypes depending on the place of harvest. It is best known for its antiseptic qualities, but is also used as a household disinfectant. Thyme Thymol essential oil  is recommended to fight against physical and mental fatigue. Depending on the disease to be treated, its mode of use is in different forms. It can be used in local applications, in friction or in olfaction ...

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  • Botanical Name: Thymus Vulgaris Thymoliferum
  • Botanical Family: Lamiacees
  • Country of Origin: Spain
  • Plant Part: flower tops
  • Size: 10 ml

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Virtues and properties of Thymol Thyme essential oil

A true fighter against infections and fungi, thyme essential oil effectively fights infectious diseases such as canker sores or herpes. Its antifungal properties stop the spread of fungi and help with healing.

This essence is also excellent to give a good boost of tone in case of temporary psychic fatigue or depression. Indeed, it boosts morale. Its use is encouraged especially during the long winter months in case of bronchitis or cold since it strengthens the immune system of the body. Thymol Thyme essential oil is also effective in treating the respiratory tract and is therefore effective for sinusitis, rhinopharingitis and angina.

In addition, you must know that thyme essential oil is also an immunostimulant. It stimulates, indeed, the nervous system and protects the liver. It is also an effective remedy against nervous fatigue. It acts against oral infections and all kinds of intestinal infections, such as diarrhea, gastroenteritis, or parasitosis ... It is often used to treat urinary and gynecological infections.

Did you know that Thyme also fights hair loss? Yes, mix 2 drops of this oil directly to your shampoo. Note, however, that it is always advisable to consult a professional to benefit from a treatment adapted to your profile.