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Used for thousands of years to loosen phlegm in chest infections and ease bronchitis, sore throats, coughs, croup, whooping cough, acute bronchitis, laryngitis, and asthma. The herbal tincture of Wild Thyme is often used to support the gastrointestinal system and is particularly helpful for getting rid of gas in the body, or flatulence, as well as easing indigestion, gastritis, dyspepsia and stomach cramps. The fungus, Candida albicans is s common cause of mouth, gastrointestinal and vaginal yeast infections, and Thyme has been found to help to combat the issue. After testing the effects of Myrrh, Wild Thyme, and Marigold, or Calendula tinctures on the bacteria that causes certain types of acne, the herb was found to be much more effective than some other preparations, as a remedy. Thyme is thought to calm the nervous system, induce sleep, and helps to increase energy. It acts as a memory booster and an antidepressant. It is believed to help with concentration and focus.
Thyme acts as a digestive that supports a healthy gastrointestinal system. It is thought to relax the smooth muscle of the stomach, relieving all kinds of stomach upsets. It is commonly used by herbalists for entrapped gas, abdominal and intestinal aches, and even spasmodic cholera. This action may be due to lessening spasms in the intestines. This can be helpful as for conditions that may rob you of your appetite for good food that the body needs. The tincture of Wild Thyme may also help to inhibit bacterial growth within and outside of the body. It kills bacteria and keeps them away from the organs, which can be particularly beneficial in curing bacterial infections like B-colitis, renal colic, infections of the urethra and genitals.
One of the more important uses of Thyme that is still being used and studied today is for heart troubles. With heart problems growing at an alarming rate, it is important to keep the valves functioning properly. With its antispasmodic properties, it helps to relax the arteries and veins and thereby reduces blood pressure and stress on the heart. It has been said to strengthen the cardiac muscles and tone the heart. Basically, it is good for every part of a healthy heart.
Wild Thyme is thought to be an excellent herb to boost the immune system. Getting all the vitamins your body needs every day can be difficult. Luckily, Wild Thyme tinctures are packed with vitamin C and is also a very good source of vitamin A, as well as copper, iron, and manganese. So, if you feel a cold coming on, this may be just the herb to help get you back in shape. It has also been used to treat mould, an air pollutant that can lurk in your home. and it has shown good results against clinical strains of Staphylococcus, Enterococcus, and Escherichia genus of bacteria.
Women should be interested in this herbal remedy for the relief it may offer for obstructed and painful menstruation. This herb has been used forever for abdominal pain, fatigue, backache, headaches, nausea, depression and low blood pressure, often associated with menstruation. It may also help to delay menopause, thereby keeping women happy, healthy and fertile. The herb is believed to have the action of stimulating certain hormones, like estrogen. Studies are being conducted on the herb for its protective effect against colon and breast cancer, as it has been shown to induce cell death in cancer cells.
Used externally, it is helpful dental decay, plaque, thrush, tonsillitis, halitosis, deep wounds, bruises and when used as an ingredient in a bath, helps to alleviate nervous exhaustion.
Ingredients: Thyme Leaf, extracted in 40% Alcohol.
Instructions: Use 6-12 drops in juice, water, under the tongue or as desired. May be taken 3 times daily. Shake well. Store in cool dark place. Keep out of reach of children.
Contraindications: Pregnant and nursing women should not use Thyme, as it is a uterine stimulant. Habitual and excessive usage (many times the recommended dosage) is not recommended, as it may cause gastric irritation, headache, dizziness, convulsions, and coma. Thyme should not be taken by people with heart problems nor by those who suffer from seizure disorders or epilepsy. Those who are allergic to members of the mint family (thyme, basil, sage, marjoram, etc.), should avoid this herb.