Herbaceous, pungent, slightly sweet, medicinal, spicy.
Leaves & flowers
Country of Origin:
THYMUS VULGARIS (THYME) FLOWER/LEAF OIL
- Promotes skin health.
- Activates circulation.
- Home remedy for minor scrapes, wounds, cuts, and scars.
- Relieves burns.
- Helps alleviate rashes.
- Bug repellant.
- Boosts your mood.
- Improve feelings of well-being.
For immune support and the promotion of muscular and joint health:
Mix one drop thyme with a few drops of lavender and chamomile in a carrier oil. Massage into skin as needed.
To soothe the complete system and aid immunity:
One drop in warm bathwater mixed with 4 drops of chamomile.
To help with respiratory health and decongestion:
Steam inhale or diffuse a few drops of thyme oil mixed with pine, rosemary, and eucalyptus.
Thyme blends well with
- tea tree
How To Store:
- Store oils out of direct sunlight, preferably in a refrigerator.
- Avoid heat sources.
- Keep the cap tightly closed on the bottle.
- Alternatively, store them in an aromatherapy storage box.
- Thyme oil is extremely dermo-caustic. Do not apply directly to the skin.
- Undiluted thyme essential oil will irritate skin.May cause irritation to sensitive skin, so please dilute at 1% or less.
- Avoid during pregnancy.
- Avoid if you have high blood pressure.
- Do not take thyme essential oil internally.
- Always test for skin sensitivity prior to widespread use and use on the feet when possible.
- Excessive use of any oil can lead to skin sensitization.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.