The thyme has been used for centuries for many health issues like epilepsy seizures. In the middle ages thyme was mixed with lavender in same amounts in church floors for removal of bad smells. Also this was used for healing wounds, infection prevention and was crushed before application.
The essential oils are volatile and antiviral, antifungal and antiseptic, but kill parasites too. With regular use the viral load will decrease so this is handy for lupus, sclerosis, vertigo, fibromyalgia, arthritis, Hashimoto’s diseases, so trey to use them in tea every morning.
The thyme has vitamins, minerals, potassium, iron, calcium all for great red blood cells, pressure, , antioxidant carrying and for folic acid, vitamin C, A and B.
Also there are flavonoids, bioflavonoids and volatile oils like thymol with its oil like antioxidant.
Also there is anticancer benefit, since this item has terpenoids like rosmarinic and ursolic acids. So, regular thyme use can raise the DHA healthy acids in the brain, like omega 3 ones, all for the brain, heart, cell membranes and kidneys.
The thyme oils are strong and have expectorant and bronchial antispasmodic effects and prevent from:
- Throat infections
- Bronchitis, chronic and acute
- Sore throat
- Mouth inflammation
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