It’s about thyme we learn about Thyme essential oil and what it can do besides spice up our cooking recipes! You might just be pleasantly surprised!
Thought to impart courage to its bearer, Thyme was given to knights and warriors before they went into battle by ladies of the Middle Ages. During this same period, Thyme was often placed beneath pillow to help promote a peaceful sleep and to ward off nightmares. The ancient Greeks used Thyme in their baths and burned it as an incense in their temples while the Egyptians used it in their embalming rites. Today, Thyme is commonly used as a seasoning, but it also produces a potent essential oil that has cleansing and clarifying effects for the skin; however, due to its high phenol content, Thyme should be diluted with dōTERRA fractionated coconut oil before application. Thyme has specific chemo types that produce a broad-spectrum activity in promoting winter-time health. Including Thyme essential oil in food dishes or consuming one to two drops a day will promote healthy immune system when seasonal threats are high.
Typical Uses with Thyme Essential Oil:
- Use 1-2 drops in meat and entrée dishes to add a fresh herbal flavor
- Dilute with Fractionated Coconut Oil then apply to targeted areas on the skin to purify and promote healthy skin
- Add 2 drops to veggie capsules and take during winter time to promote immunity
Directions for use of Thyme Essential Oil:
- Diffusion: use 3-4 drops in the diffuser of your choice
- Internal: dilute one frop in 4 fl. oz. of liquid
- Topical: dilute one to two drops with fractionated coconut oil then apply to desired area
- Caution: Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
Thyme Essential Oil Primary Benefits:
- Cleansing and purifying effect for the skin
- Broad-spectrum activity in promotion winter-time health