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   Organic Thymes

Product Type - Thymes
Botanical Name - Thymus Vulgaris
Family Name - Lamiaceae


Ancient Egyptians used thyme for embalming. The ancient Greeks used it in their baths and burnt it as incense in their temples, believing it was a source of courage. The spread of thyme throughout Europe was thought to be due to the Romans, as they used it to purify their rooms and to "give an aromatic flavor to cheese and liqueurs". In the European Middle Ages, the herb was placed beneath pillows to aid sleep and ward off nightmares. In this period, women would also often give knights and warriors gifts that included thyme leaves, as it was believed to bring courage to the bearer. Thyme has been used in cooking, medicinally as an antiseptic and for coughs and chest conditions, in pot pourri and as an aromatic strewing herb. Parkinson in Theatrum Botanicum in 1640, described Guilded or Embroidered Thyme, with green leaves, striped or edged with gold.



Thyme is a perennial shrub of the Mint familyy, with more than a hundred species to its name. Two popular species are Garden Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) and Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum). Whereas Garden Thyme has erect stems, Wild Thyme has snake-like stems that crawl close to the ground. Both varieties have thin grayish-green leaves that roll inward from the square, woody stem. Thyme has tubular flowers that grow in clusters and bloom in mid-summer, with various colors depending on the specie. Thyme essential oil is extracted from its flowering tops through water or steam distillation.


   Uses of Thymes in food industry

  Add to bean stews, casseroles and other dishes using beans.
  Add a little thyme to any sauce to go with pasta.
  Sprinkle thyme into scrambled egg or omelet mixtures.
  Add to fish if baking, grilling or poaching.
  Add to soups and stocks for additional flavor.
  Use in marinades for meat, fish and poultry.
  Add to soft cheese and cottage cheese.
  Sprinkle onto salads with cheese.
  Add to breadcrumb mixtures and coat fillets of chicken, veal or turkey and fry.
  Sprinkle over lamb or pork chops before grilling.
  Add to a simple tomato, olive oil and vinegar salad.

   Other Use of Thymes


  Thyme essential oil makes the nerves strong and also aids memory and concentration
  The natural essential oil helps with the feeling of exhaustion and combats depression.
 Thymes oil fortifies the lungs and helps with colds, coughs, asthma, laryngitis, sinusitis,   catarrh, whooping cough, sore throats and tonsiThyme essential oil boosts the immune     system   and helps fight colds, flu, infectious diseases and chills.
 It has some warming effects that help in cases of poor circulation and for arthritis,     rheumatism, gout, muscular aches and pains, sprains and sport injuries.
  This essential oil also helps in cellulite, anorexia, obesity and edema
  It also helps in cases of scanty periods, leucorrhoea, and to speed up birth and to expel     afterbirth.
  It increases the amount of good fats in the body that are essential to protect the heart.
  Thyme can help to treat some mouth disorders.


   Health Benefits Of Thym

  Thyme essential oil is believed to have a fortifying effect on both mind and body.
  It is used to improve memory and stimulate the brain.
  Thyme oil can be used to treat any form of infection and its ability to increase the production of     white corpuscles helps strengthen the body's immune system.
  It also improves circulation, thus raising low blood pressure.
  Thyme essential oil is also an antiseptic, and it is a valuable treatment for bladder or urinary     tract infections.
  Thyme essential oil is excellent in treating all mouth, throat and respiratory infections. Even as   little as 0.1% in mouthwash is effective against bacteria which cause mouth and gum     infections.

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