Thyme or thymus vulgaris belongs to the Lamiaceae family, this large family of aromatic plants which includes rosemary, savory, lavender, oregano, sage, mint, etc.

The action of thyme on the digestive sphere

Thyme is both a tonic and an antispasmodic which will help digestion and calm nervous contractions of the intestine and stomach. It also helps reduce gas, prevent fermentation and stimulate the appetite.

Its infusion is recommended after meals to reduce drowsiness due to digestion and get back to work more quickly.

The use of thyme as an antiseptic

Thyme is an expectorant and spasmolytic plant widely used for cold and cough symptoms. It is considered a powerful antibacterial , fungicide and remarkable antiviral.

Thyme is often used as a remedy for flu-like illnesses , whooping cough and bronchitis. It is used for rheumatic pain, superinfections of the skin or mucous membranes and leukorrhea.

Thyme: a good stimulant

Thyme helps to stimulate the general physical and psychological state. It would chase away asthenia, anguish, anxiety and fear. It would increase cognitive abilities and excite intelligence .

It is a good tonic which helps to give power to lymphatic, depressive or less combative subjects.

Thyme supports detoxification functions by promoting sweating and diuresis. This plant is recommended in episodes of elimination of toxins from the body.

50g | 30 infusions

The indications given are not therapeutic but informative. They are based on the traditional uses of plants in herbalism. They are in no way equivalent to a medical prescription and cannot replace a prescription. To confirm the uses of this product, please seek advice from a healthcare professional.

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