Oil extracted from the flowering tops of the plant, which has lovely, fresh, aromatic and balsamic aroma.
Invigorating the nervous system if inhaled it has a stimulating and tonic action. This is useful in case of physical and mental fatigue, headache, asthenia. It improves memory and brain activity, combating insomnia and depression.
Antibiotic: thyme is one of the most powerful remedies against bacterial infections that affect the respiratory tract, the respiratory system and intestines, caused by bacteria like Proteus mirabilis, enterococci, staphylococci, streptococci, pneumococci, alcaiescens dispar, Neisseria, corynebacteria, in the presence of candidiasis, cystitis enterocolitis and vaginal discharge.
Balsamic: it helps to thin and expectorate the phlegm from the bronchial tubes and lungs, to heal oral cavity, throat, mucous membranes, lung and nasal congestions. For these properties it is one of the most popular remedies against cough, bronchitis, whooping cough, ear infections, sinusitis and colds.
Anti-inflammatory: for outdoor use, thanks to its analgesic property, itcan be massaged in case of rheumatism, arthritis, bruises, sprains and strains.
Pesticide: it eliminates parasites of various types, affecting the skin (scabies, lice etc.) and also heals dermatitis.
PROPERTIES: Antiseptic, balsamic, tonic, stimulant.
You should be very carefull by using this essential oil, which ha sto be always properly diluted when in contact with skin. In fact nature gives us a powerful antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, a real protector. Thyme is, however, so powerful that it must not be used pure on the skin.