Bio Thyme

Organic Thyme from the mountainous regions of Epirus. cultivation Anhydrous.The crops of aromatic plants of "ICHOR" are arid and are located at a high altitude in virgin lands. This makes our products excellent and rich in antioxidant information. The social cooperative enterprise of Epirus producers "ICHOR" is based in Ioannina and deals with the production of aromatic and medicinal plants as well as other local products of Epirus.Minimum order 2 pieces

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Genuine Mediterranean taste! Thyme is one of our favorite herbs! Its aroma and its nutrients make this herb popular, both for flavoring our dishes, but also as a herbal tea. It goes well with fish, meat, sausages and is ideal for delicious marinades!

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Doypack 40gr, Pyramid 40gr

Thyme use

Infusion: Use it for chest infections, stomach flu or irritable bowel.
Tincture: Use it for diarrhea associated with a stomach cold or as an expectorant for chest infections.
Syrup: Take syrup made from the infusion for coughs and lung infections.
Thyme essential oil
Chest rub: Dissolve 10 drops of thyme in 20ml of almond or sunflower oil for chest infections.
Oil: Dissolve 10 drops in 20ml of water and apply to insect bites and infected wounds.
Massage oil: Dissolve 10 drops of thyme and lavender oil in 25ml of almond or sunflower oil for rheumatic pains or muscle cramps.


Thyme properties - action

Cretans used to rub their gums with thyme to cure gingivitis. Today it has been proven after research that gargling with thyme decoction has very good results against gingivitis, sore throat and severe cough.
But thyme has a very important property: it kills germs!! The two essential oils contained in "thymol" and "carvacrol" give it special antibacterial, antifungal and antiseptic properties. In pharmacology, thyme is known as the plant with the most healing properties. Repeated experiments since 1887 have proven the bactericidal properties of thyme on microbes and bacilli. First Chamberland in 1887 demonstrated the bactericidal property of thyme essential oil (especially the anthrax bacillus).
This is also the reason why in the past thyme solution was widely used in combination with soap to disinfect hands and instruments in European surgeries.
Thyme drink helps bowel function and soothes bloating, while helping to fight lethargy and anxiety.
Thyme essential oil is 25 times more antiseptic than phenol, but also than oxygen and potassium permanganate.
Thyme is excellent food for bees, where the excellent quality "thyme honey" is produced with its famous aroma and taste, and its particularly beneficial properties.
Thyme baths are recommended for those suffering from rheumatism. Thyme poultices for healing wounds, eliminating itching from insect bites.
In Lebanon mothers in the morning give their children bread, on which they have smeared a mixture of fresh thyme and oil so as to increase their spiritual energy.
Stimulant (in lethargy, anxiety, neurasthenia, depression and migraine)
Tonic (for the nerves)
Emmenagogue (for stopping or delaying periods)
Antiseptic (for intestinal infections, leucorrhoea, lung infections, bronchitis and tuberculosis)
Diuretic (regulates secretions in cases of flu, colds and flu)
Antispasmodic (thyme is valuable for whooping cough, bronchitis and asthma)
Thyme hair loss (alopecia vertigo). There is evidence that applying lavender oil in combination with thyme, rosemary and cedar essential oils to the scalp improves hair growth in up to 44% of people with hair loss after 7 months of treatment.