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Aromatherapy Oils - Thyme

Thyme

Botanical name: Thymus Vulgaris
Botanical family: Labiatae

Note: Top

Part of plant used: Flowering stems

Origin: Thyme is found in Great Britain, France, and America. Not so much cultivated as it grows wild. Thyme likes hilly, fairly rocky places. It is a low plant, focuses on the earth as you need to look down to find it.

Description: Strong, sweet and pungent with an antiseptic undertone.

History: Thyme is a popular oil and goes back as far as ancient Egyptian and Roman times. It was used in the Middle Ages for its strong antiseptic properties.

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