The Thyme Essential Oil comes from the thyme, a common herb with the scientific name Thymus Vulgaris. It is usually used in herbal and domestic medicines.
Components of the Thyme Essential Oil
The chief components of the Thyme Essential Oil include the following: Carvacrol, Thymol,Beta Caryophyllene, Borneol, Linalool, Alpha Terpinene, Para Cymene, Beta Pinene, Camphene, Alpha Pinene, and Alpha Thujone.
The essential oil has a lot of health benefits, that can be attributed to the following properties: vermifuge, tonic, stimulant, insecticide, hypertensive, expectorant, emenagogue, diuretic, cicatrisant, carminative, cardiac, bechic, bactericidal, antiseptic, antiseptic, antirheumatic, and antispasmodic.
The oil is a natural antiseptic, which means it can be effective in healing internal and external wounds quickly. It can also protect the wounds from being infected.
The Thyme Essential Oil is diuretic, which means that it can increase the frequency and quantity of urination. This further means that it will remove excess toxins from your body.
The oil tones up the skin, muscles, nervous system, digestive system, heart, and the circulatory system. It can also boost the immune system.
The oil inhibits bacterial growth inside the body and externally. It kills bad bacteria and keeps them away from the body organs.
The oil is an antispasmodic, which means it can prevent and treat coughs, cramps, and aches. It may also prevent convulsions, spasmodic cholera, intestinal aches, abdominal aches, muscular aches, cramps, hysterical attacks, epileptic seizures, and convulsions.
The oil is antirheumatic, which means that it can relieve symptoms of rheumatism, arthritis, and gout. It can also promote better blood circulation.
Pregnant and nursing women should consult a trusted health care professional for opinion before using the oil in any way, shape, or form.