Thyme Essential oil
Thyme essential oil
Bulgarian name: Thyme
Botanical name: Thymus sp. Diversa (Thyme)
Used part: The overhead part of the plant
Oil-bearing part of the plant: leaves and flowers
Organically Certified: Yes
Appearance: Transparent liquid
Color: Amber to pale yellow
Aroma: Light and fresh, typical of the thyme
Ingredients: thymol, carvacrol, camphén, thion, pinen, para-cymene, terpinene, linalool, borneol, tannins, flavonoids, phenols, octenols, terpineol, myrcene, lemon, linalyl acetate, cinnol, camphor
Method of extraction: Steam distillation
Analytical method: Gas chromatograph
Analytical certificate: Available on request
Storage: Store in tightly closed containers at 5 - 15ºC, without direct exposure to sunlight and other heat sources
Benefits: antimicrobial, antibacterial, antioxidant, antispasmodic, anti-parasitic, antifungal, analgesic in pain, attenuating action, enhancing metabolism, rich source of minerals and vitamins, under hormonal imbalance.
Usage: Improves breathing, cold, bronchitis, flu, cough and sinusitis. It is used for gout, eczema, muscle pain, obesity, arthritis and rheumatism. Appropriate for gargling for mouth infections, diluted and used as mouthwash - kills germs and protects teeth from plaque and caries.
One of the most effective essential oils for balancing hormone levels and alleviating menopausal symptoms. It is also used for menstrual problems and a painful cycle.
In Aromatherapy thyme essential oil is used to strengthen the body as a protective agent against diseases, as well as in nervous tension and related headaches and depression.
In cosmetics thyme essential oil is used for the skin to treat acne and very oily skin, cures different types of wounds, relieves burns and is a natural remedy for rashes. It slows down the aging process and makes the skin healthy and shiny. Used for hair loss. It acts favorably on the arteries and veins and has an anti-cellulite effect.
Helps in food and bacterial infections - used to combat resistant bacteria such as escherichia coli and other bacteria. It acts as a natural antibiotic
Thyme oil is also used in the treatment of colon and breast cancer. The substance that attacks cancer is called thymol. It stops the growth of cancer cells and has the ability to clean the walls of the colon from slags and toxins. It is the accumulation of toxins in the stomach and the walls of the large intestine causing treacherous cancer. It also acts very well in breast cancer.
The fact that the thyme kills cancer cells is another reason why you consume some tea daily. Do not hesitate to include fresh thyme in your daily menu. It works in gastritis and ulcer.
Despite all the listed positive effects of thyme products, it is advisable to say that overdosage with the active ingredient thymol may cause thyroid disorder. Thyme oil is phototoxic - not to be applied to the skin immediately before exposure to the sun.
Contraindicated for: It is not recommended to be used during pregnancy and lactation and by people with high blood pressure! Do not apply oil undiluted to irritated or sensitive skin