CODE: 112

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Latin names: Thymus vulgaris thymoliferum
French names: Thym = Farigoule = Pote
Extracted from: aerial parts
  • To eradicate any infection: add a few (diluted) drops to a blend of essential oils. It is impressive in getting rid of a disease!
  • For those who tend to talk, talk and talk again without ever acting: diffuse Thyme in the room.
  • To spice up a dish… be careful to dilute it well first, though, because it does strongly spice up a dish! Even a dead body could wake up if it sipped a drop of this oil!
Thyme is a small shrub that looks like anything but what it really is, when we know all the power it contains. Not only does it give strength, power and courage, but its essential oil itself is strong and powerful. So much so that it is better to dilute it frankly before use!
Let's approach this little bush. Already, we will need to kneel, which should not displease Mr. Thyme who asks us to worship him. Indeed, the one representative of the family of Lamiaceae is not usually taller than a few centimetres. Grown under good conditions, it rises up to 45 centimetres.
We will see the leaves all minor, alternating cross like other members of his family. Let's come nearer to properly distinguish between leaves that are often a bit grey or covered with dust because it is so close to the ground. Also because it is not the type to waddle in the wind. He stiffened a bit too much for that.
Its twigs, though fine, are quickly woody and have a quadrangular section, which gives them a strong and tonic elasticity. They are rather agitated with the wind (it takes a little more than a breeze!) but they do not undulate gracefully in the wind. Everything is toned in Thyme, even his movement and reactions.
Besides, how was it used throughout history? Ladies of yesteryear used to sew it on the knights' scarves when they went to war. And this was not to appease them, even less to dissuade them, but to bring their courage, valour, sense of honour and strength.
Even now it is used to give courage and strength, although we hope, for brighter and more peaceful goals than war! It is also used for its anti-infectious power: it is a leader in this field. Antiviral, antibacterial and immunostimulant, it has nothing to be jealous for with any antibiotics! 
Encourages action rather than words.
Sets into action.
Stop procrastinating and live!
Reduces the influences of the family.
Reduces excessive sensitivity and feelings of being a victim 

General anti-infective agent
Immunostimulant, Stimulates the immune system
Antiparasitic agent, Vermifuge
Preventive from digestive infections
Booster, Tonic, Stimulant
Rubefacient, Increases blood circulation locally, Preventive from chilblain
Antifungal, antimycotic
Digestive, Promotes the appetite
Carminative, relieves flatulence, induces expulsion of gas from the intestines
Restores gut flora
Choleretic, Stimulates production of bile

Infectious bacterial or viral disease (in support of other anti-infectives)
Infectious disease, immune weakness, Immunodeficiency
ENT flu, pneumonia, bronchitis, bronchiolitis, sough, sinusitis
Digestive infections, intestinal flu, gastroenteritis, turista, cholera
Cystitis, urinary tract infections, vaginal candidiasis
Intestinal parasites, intestinal worms, amebiasis, ascariasis, pinworms
General fatigue, sudden tiredness, overwork
Slow digestion, indigestion, heavy meals, lack of appetite
Bloating, intestinal gas, intestinal cramps
Hypotension, low blood pressure, pressure drop
Intestinal dysbiosis, intestinal flora imbalance
Tonsillitis, sore throat, amygdalitis
Nail fungus, skin mycosis
Insufficient bile secretion, fatty meals

Very-very Pitta
Massively reduces Kapha
Reduces Vata's fears

Differents kinds of thyme are extremely variable regarding their chemical contents. The environment, sunshine, harvest period (season or time of the day) are decisive factors.
Gedane's thyme, of broad chemical
spectrum, has an excellent anti-infective prognosis .
Phenols (30-60% thymol, carvacrol, carvacrol-methoxy)
Monoterpene alcohol (linalool, terpinene-4-ol)
Monoterpenes (paracymene, gamma-terpinene, myrcene)
Monoterpene esters (acetate, myrcene-8-yl)
Ketone: none
Furanocoumarins: none

        Batch Thy2001/4  (PDF, 170 Ko, French)

Dermocaustic (dilute highly before use).
Hepatotoxic, on long-term use at high doses.
Not recommended for anyone with high blood pressure.
Keep out of reach of children.
Children and pregnant women: short-term use is recommended.

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