tincture of THYME
Culinary use: Extracts of thyme are use to flavour foods and drinks. Add a few drops to a hot drink to make a winter hot toddy.
Cosmetic use: Can be diluted as an oily skin wash or a few drops added to your favourite face cream especially if you are prone to acne. Here is some interesting research.
Traditional use: Antiseptic, expectorant and antispasmodic herb used for bronchial catarrh and urinary infections.
A food supplement to support your health.
Extracts such as tinctures or essences offer a convenient alternative to herbal teas. They may also be used in food, food supplements, cosmetics and as a starter ingredient by herbalists in prescription formulas.
Thymus vulgaris extracted in sugar beet ethanol (alcohol). The part used is XXXX. The strength is 1:3 45%.
Adults: Take up to 5 ml, 3 times a day in a little water, unless otherwise told by a qualified herbal medicine practitioner. This amount may be added to cold or warm water, juice or another drink.
Not all food supplements are suitable if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. If you are unsure whether this product is suitable, please speak to us, or your healthcare practitioner, before using this product.
There are no recorded side effects for this product. However, if a side effect is experienced please let us know.
Foods, herbs and food supplements can interact with some medicines. If you are taking medication please check with us, or your healthcare practitioner, before taking supplements and medication together.
In-depth information about the traditional uses of this herb can be found in our Herbs A-Z section.
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