150 kr

“I know a bank where the wild thyme blows,
Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows”

-Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Thyme is a powerful and deep detoxifier, opens pores, thin mucus and move fluids through tissues, deeply dredging the system so that heat and toxins can be removed.

Thyme is a powerful and natural acne treatment. Try the hydrosol externally and the spagyric tincture internally.

Thyme may be used for headache, hangover, bronchitis, yeast infections, thrush, gout and rheumatism. Stagnation of some kind.


Matthew Wood writes in “The Earthwise Herbal: A Complete Guide to Old World Medicinal Plants” : “It is suited to people with deep unconscious issues that disturb the sleep. The mind may be preoccupied, but the problems come up from below consciousness. This fits the physical profile for Thyme, as it is a remedy for toxins and closed passageways deep in the body.

Thyme is considered a parasympathetic relaxant. Sleep and dreams occur when the parasympathetic is running the ship, so disturbed sleep and dreams indicate that this branch of the autonomic cannot fully relax.” Carvacrol (which is present in the essential oil of thyme) has been shown to affect neuron activity in ways that boosts the feelings of well being.


Thyme stimulates the Thymus gland and the adrenal cortex which improves immunity and self-identity.


Spagyric tincture of Thymus Vulgaris.

Take 14 drops in a little warm water or tea 2-3 X day , once before going to bed.

A short history of Thyme:

Thyme’s reputation as a healer and protector goes back thousands of years as an embalming herb in ancient Egypt where it was not only disinfecting but a powerful aid to those making their passage into the next life. Associated with courage, bravery and strength ,Greeks and Romans burned bundles of thyme to purify their temples and homes, and to evoke a spirit of courage in those who inhaled it.

Well before the mechanics of infection were fully understood, 19th-century nurses were soaking bandages in decoctions of thyme. Thyme soaked bandages were previously used to treat the plague in the time of Black Death. One of the chemical compounds found in thyme is a powerful antiseptic known as thymol. Thyme has proved effective against very serious infective organisms such as anthrax, typhoid and diphtheria.

In Victorian times a patch of wild thyme in the woods was a sign of recent activity of fairies.

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