The star of the folk remedies reveals its little secrets. 😄
What is thyme?
Common thyme (thymus vulgaris) is a medicinal plant that has been used for thousands of years.
Already in ancient Egypt, it was used to embalm the dead.
The Romans were fond of it as a seasoning.
It grows under the Mediterranean sun and is one of the Herbes de Provence.
Thyme contains :
- Folic acid.
- Vitamin C.
- Vitamin E.
How to use it?
Ideally, it is eaten fresh.
Its small leaves are added to cooked dishes, and tolerate high temperatures well.
It is used in many medicinal remedies.
The essential oil of thyme is rich in thymol and carvacrol.
It can also be used as an infusion.
This aromatic herb has the following properties :
It is great to boost the immune system, and take care of the hair.
Thyme added to cooking water helps digest legumes.
For which diseases?
Thymus has shown promising properties in case of :
- Respiratory ailments.
- Blood disorders.
- Fibrous dysplasia.
- Alzheimer’s disease.
- Joint pain.
- Rheumatoid arthritis.
- Muscle tension.
Thymes are indispensable medicinal herbs.
Some people may be allergic to the plant’s active ingredients.
Thyme is welcome to accompany recovery.
However, it does not trigger self-healing.
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What are the benefits of thyme?
It is a powerful medicinal plant, which can be used regularly while cooking.
It calms the nervous system and stimulates the immune system. In other words, it allows the body to focus on responding to infections and diseases.