Do You Have Some Thyme?


When you get the time to use some #Thyme, here are some facts that will be useful for you to get to know the Thyme. Thyme is a perennial low aromatic shrub with much-branched woody stems. This herb is Strong. All species of Thyme belong to the Mint (Labiatae) family.

Parts Used: Leaves and flowering tops.

  1. -Soups- Fish and vegetable

  2. -Salad and dressings – tomato and salad dressings

  3. -Vegetables – potatoes,onions, zucchini and green beans

  4. -Eggs and Cheese – dishes

  5. -Meat and Sauces – Pasta dishes, meat stuffing, meatballs

  6. -Poultry and Fish – Poultry stuffing, baked fish, poached fish

Health Benefits of Thyme


Immune System:

Thyme suppresses some forms of Detrimental Bacteria:- Thyme inhibits the growth of Helicobacter pylori.


Respiratory System:

Thyme loosens the congestion and Mucous associated with Bronchitis. Thyme alleviates Coughs. Thyme assists the treatment of Emphysema.Thyme alleviates Laryngitis (according to folklore).Thyme loosens Mucous (i.e. it functions as an expectorant).Thyme alleviates Pharyngitis (according to folklore).Thyme may alleviate Whooping Cough (according to folklore).

When Thyme is prepared as an herbal tea, it is usually made from 1 -2 grams of dried leaves and flowering tops. he usual therapeutic dosage of Thyme fluid extract is 3 – 12 ml per day. The usual therapeutic dosage of Thyme tincture is 6 – 18 ml per day. Commercial Availability of Thyme “Singular” Oral Thyme Products

Thyme is available from health food stores, herb suppliers and mail order supplement companies in the form of: Dried Thyme is widely used as a culinary spice and is available for this purpose from supermarkets and grocery stores.


Enjoy



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