Thyme | Essential Oil (10ml)

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  • Botanical Name: Thymes Vulgaris
  • Origin: India
  • Processing method: Steam Distilled

From the Middle Ages and beyond to modern times, Thyme has been embraced as a powerful spiritual, medicinal, and culinary herb. The burning of this highly fragrant plant has long symbolized the cleansing and purification of everything negative and unwanted, whether they be pests, pathogens, uncertainties, fears, or nightmares.

Thyme oil comes from the perennial herb known as Thymus vulgaris. This herb is a member of the mint family, and it’s used for cooking, mouthwashes, potpourri and aromatherapy. It’s native to southern Europe from the western Mediterranean to southern Italy. Due to the herb’s essential oils, it has a number of health benefits; in fact, these benefits have been recognized across the Mediterranean for thousands of years. Thyme oil is antiseptic, antibacterial, antispasmodic, hypertensive and has calming properties.

Thyme oil is one of the strongest antioxidants known, and it has been used as a medicinal herb since ancient times. Thyme supports the immune, respiratory, digestive, nervous and other body systems. It’s one of the best essential oils for hormones because it balances hormone levels — helping women with menstrual and menopausal symptoms. It also protects the body from dangerous diseases and ailments, such as stroke, arthritis, fungal and bacterial infections, and skin conditions.

• Relieves Coughs And Colds
• Increases Blood Circulation
• Repels flies and bugs
• Wound Healer
• Powerful disinfectant & antibacterial.
• Calming to the digestive system.
• Immune stimulant.
• Remedy for mental fatigue.

A scalp scrub: Pamper yourself to the max with a little luxurious treatment. Add 1 drop of Thyme and Tea Tree to a small amount of hair oil and massage it into your scalp using your fingertips for a rejuvenating, feel-your-shoulders-drop-you’re-so-relaxed head massage.

DIY Acne Serum Relief: Being antimicrobial and antibacterial, thyme essential oil may have its uses in skincare. Acne can be triggered by microbes and bacteria entering and contaminating the skin.
Essential oils like thyme, oregano, tea tree and lemongrass have antimicrobial properties that make it a natural alternative to synthetic skincare products (Taleb, Mohammed H et al., 2018).

How to use thyme for skincare: Blend 2 drops thyme essential oil, with 2 drops lavender essential oil and 2 drops frankincense essential oil in 30ml jojoba oil. Pour into a sterilised dropper bottle and use as a facial serum.
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Thyme Essential Oil Aroma Diffuser Blends
Want to uplift the atmosphere in your home and improve the ambiance? Here are some thyme essential oil-inspired diffuser blends that do just that.

– Garden Fresh –

Ingredients :
2 Drops Thyme Essential Oil
2 Drops Rosemary Essential Oil
3 Drops Perppermint Essential Oil

– Bright-Eyed Morning Blend –

1 Drop Thyme Essential Oil
3 Drops Lemongrass Essential Oil
2 Drops peppermint Essential Oil

– Snore-Stopper Blend –

1 Drop Thyme Essential Oil
1 Drop Ravinsara Essential Oil
1 Drop French Lavender Essential Oil
2 Drops Sandalwood Essential Oil
3 Drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Directions: Simply choose one of these recipes and blend them into a diffuser to achieve the ambiance and mood that you desire.

Essential oil of thyme is an stimulant: it should not be used after 5pm. It is aggressive to skin when used pure; consequently, it should not be used on large areas of skin and should be diluted to no more than 5% in a carrier oil. Specialist advice is required for oral use as it is hepatotoxic at high doses over extended periods. For cooking, one drop of essential oil is enough to perfume a dish for five to six persons.

Do not use in: pregnant or breast-feeding women, children under the age of twelve years, persons allergic to one of the components (geraniol, linalool, limonene), subjects with asthma without the advice of an allergologist before the first use, subjects with epilepsy, pure taken orally, in persons with a history of gastritis, peptic ulcer, viral hepatitis B, C or D.

– Do not use during the first three months of pregnancy and breastfeeding, or in children under 6 years of age.
– Keep out of reach of children.
– As an indication, always test the application of your preparation, in the elbow, at least 48 hours before using it.
– Some natural compounds contained in this essential oil contains allergenic substances such as: limonene, linalool, citral (geranial and neral), geraniol.
– Do not use the essential oil directly on the skin or hair without having mixed it well with an appropriate carrier oil.
– Please do not use the essential oil directly on the skin or hair without blending it well with a suitable carrier oil.

WARNING: These properties, indications and methods of use are taken from reference books or websites in aromatherapy. This informations are given for informative purposes, they do not represent any medical advice, or involve our responsibility. For any use in a therapeutic purpose, consult a doctor.




Essential Oil | Thyme | 10ml | Kambio Nature


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