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From embalming fluid to incense, the Ancient Greeks and Egyptians understood the healing power of the herb thyme. With over 400 subspecies, this fragrant relative of the mint family is now common in spice racks of restaurants and family homes across America.

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The interesting health benefits of thyme include its ability to relieve stress, reduce respiratory issues, improve heart health, boost the strength of the immune system, protect against chronic diseases, stimulate blood flow, and prevent fungal infections.

Thyme has much more value than merely an herb to flavor your meals. Thyme extract shows promise in treating a variety of health problems, with its potent antimicrobial properties. The herb extract reduces inflammation and accelerates the healing process, which makes it useful in many homeopathic remedies.

If you’re tired of spending money on OTC remedies that have side effects and don’t deliver what they promise, try some thyme essential oil extract. Diffusing, or topical administration can have fantastic results in soothing the adverse symptoms and effects of inflammatory disease and allergies.

Here are some benefits of thyme, and how this herb deserves a place in your nutrition.

Reduce Blood Pressure

 

Hypertension can lead to numerous cardiovascular complications affecting the heart. Should a patient go undiagnosed and untreated, they run the risk of developing a heart attack. Fortunately, advances in medical science mean that doctors now can treat high blood pressure using medication and lifestyle changes to the patient.

Using thyme oil extract helps to assist relieving symptoms of hypertension, such as high heart rate. The oil provides a soothing effect when used in diffusers and steam therapy applications. Add a few drops to a diffuser and leave it running overnight while you sleep. The steam enters the lungs where it travels through the bloodstream, providing relief from hypertension symptoms.

Thyme: Best Health Benefits & Uses

Enhance Immune Response

More than 70-percent of the immune system resides in the digestive tract. When we experience inflammation of the intestinal wall due to eating refined carbohydrates, immune response diminishes.

Refined carbs like sugar and white flour are processed foods that we love to eat, but they are no good for our health. Regularly eating these types of foods leads to the development of gastrointestinal distress and the onset of colorectal cancer.

Refined carbs like sugar and white flour are processed foods that we love to eat, but they are no good for our health. Regularly eating these types of foods leads to the development of gastrointestinal distress and the onset of colorectal cancer.

InflammationYou can reduce digestive inflammation by using thyme in your meals. The potent anti-inflammatory properties of thyme help to clear digestive inflammation causing bloating and gas. When the gastrointestinal system is in a better state of health, our immune response improves, increasing our resistance against infection and disease.

Wellness: Essential oil manufacturers make a steam-distilled extract oil from the leaves of the thyme shrub. This distillate contains all of the beneficial polyphenol compounds found in the leaves – in a far higher concentration that you would get from eating a few leaves with your evening meal.

Thyme essential oil is a fantastic homeopathic remedy for treating the symptoms of stress and anxiety associated with living a busy lifestyle.



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