Thyme Herb 60g

£ 2.50

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  • antibacterial properties
  • acne-fighting
  • moody boosting
  • wonderful spice
  • to disinfect
  • fungicidal properties
  • for rid of pests
  • just a nice smells

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Thyme Herb 50g

If you’re tired of buying and trying over-the-counter acne medication with no good results, you may be in luck. Thyme is known for its antibacterial properties and it might have a future as an acne-fighting ingredient!

 

 

Other benefits:

Boost your mood

Thyme essential oil is often used for aromatic and therapeutic purposes because of its active substance carvacrol. In a 2013 study, carvacrol was shown to affect neuron activity in ways that boosted the subjects’ feelings of well-being. So if you use thyme or thyme oil regularly, it might have a positive effect on your feelings and mood.

For some good food

Thyme is a wonderful ingredient that’s used in cuisines around the world, particularly in France, Italy, and across the Mediterranean. Thyme is a main ingredient in this cleansing take on pesto sauce, which you can use as a condiment or add to pasta or rice. Fresh leaves or whole sprigs can be used while preparing meat or poultry. Thyme is also an excellent ingredient to use with fish, like in this heart-healthy white fish recipe.

To disinfect

Mold is a common yet potentially dangerous air pollutant that can lurk in your home. Once you identify it, take the necessary steps to get rid of it once and for all. Thyme oil may be the answer for low mold concentrations. Essential oil of thyme and thymol hold many fungicidal properties. Research suggests that it can be used as a disinfectant in dwellings where there is a low concentration of mold.

Get rid of pests

Thymol is also an ingredient in many pesticides — both outdoor and indoor — and is commonly used to target bacteria and viruses, as well as rats, mice, and other animal pests. A recent study shows that thyme extract can repel mosquitoes, but growing it in your garden isn’t enough. In order to get the best pest fighting results, rub thyme leaves between your hands to release the essential oil.

Thyme for good smells

Organic and natural skin care products can now be found at most retailers, and many contain thyme. Thanks to its antiseptic and antifungal properties, it is a common ingredient in mouthwash. Thyme is also a popular ingredient in natural deodorants and is often included in potpourri.

 

Composition: 1g of the medicinal product contains 1g Thymus serpullum L. s.l., herb (thyme herb).

 

Indications for use: Traditionally in inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, cough as a product of expectoration. The product's effectiveness in these indications is based solely on the long term use.

 

 

 

Contraindications: Hypersensitivity to thyme herb

Interactions: Unknown.

Special warnings and precautions: If symptoms worsen, do not improve within a week, or if you experience shortness of breath, fever or purulent discharge, contact your doctor. Due to the lack of data, it is not recommended for children under 12 years.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Due to the lack of data, use is not recommended.

Driving and using machines: The effects of the medicinal product on driving and using machines have not been studied.

 

 

Dosage, method of administration and route of administration: Adults and adolescents from 12 years: 1 tablespoon (2 g) herb pour 1 cup (200 ml) of boiling water, leave 20 minutes under cover, strain. Drink a freshly prepared infusion 2-3 times a day after meals.

 

 

Made in: Poland

Package content: 50g

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