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Historically, thyme was used by the Egyptians for embalming, and by the ancient Greeks to help with infectious illnesses. Thyme was also used for respiratory problems and digestive complaints.

Thyme oil is used today for its anti-viral, antifungal, antimicrobial and antiparasitic properties, and is often used to combat flu and colds, and as an aid to circulation and the respiratory and digestive system.

Thyme's fresh, herbaceous aroma is said to be uplifting and stimulating during times of depression, and is thought to aid concentration. Thyme blends well with citrus oils, cedarwood, melaleuca, oregano, and rosemary.

Thyme has a spicy, warm aroma that is powerful and penetrating. It is one of the strongest antioxidants known and contains large amounts of thymol. It is mentioned in one of the oldest known medical records, Ebers Papyrus (dating from sixteenth century BC) an ancient Egyptian list of prescriptions and recipes. It's also listed in Dioscorides' De Materia Medica (AD 78), Europe's first authoritative guide to medicines.

Thyme is beneficial in overcoming fatigue after an illness. It is a standard Raindrop Technique oil.

Here's one of my favorite uses, SNORING! Try a bit on your, or your partner's toes before bed. You'll be amazed!!

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