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Thyme: Health Benefits and Shapes and Uses of Thyme

  1. Thyme is a Mediterranean herb that is used in cooking, but also has medicinal and decorative applications. The flowers, leaves and oil of thyme are used to treat many types of complaints such as diarrhea, stomach ache, arthritis and sore throat. The most common variety is 'thymus vulgaris' or 'common thyme'. A wide range of thyme products is available online. Thyme is believed to have antibacterial, insecticidal and possibly antifungal properties. Throughout human history, humans have used thyme to embalming and to protect themselves from the Black Death, the medieval name for the plague disease. Thyme can be used fresh and dried, or as an essential oil.

Shapes and use of thyme

  1. Thyme oil Thyme oil has a high thymol content and can fight harmful bacteria and insects. It contains between 20 and 60 percent thymol. Manufacturers extract oil from thyme for a variety of uses, including fragrance soaps and as an ingredient in deodorants. People use thyme oil as both an antiseptic and an insect repellent. Thymol is a commonly used preservative for meat and olives

Health Benefits of Thyme

  1. Thyme is a Mediterranean herb that is used in cooking, as well as medicinal and decorative applications. The flowers, leaves and oil of thyme are used to treat a variety of symptoms and complaints, such as diarrhea, stomach ache, arthritis and sore throat

  2. Thyme is a Mediterranean herb that is used in cooking, as well as has medicinal and decorative applications. The flowers, leaves and oil of thyme are used to treat a variety of symptoms and complaints, such as diarrhea, stomach ache, arthritis and sore throat



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