Essential oils

THYME CT THYMOL, Thymus vulgaris thymoliferum



Latin name: Thymus vulgaris thymoliferum

Distilled part: flowering tops

Origin: Spain

Properties: anticoagulant, antidepressant, antioxidant, antitussive, bactericidal, expectorant, fungicide, hyperemic, immunostimulant, parasiticide (intestinal), stimulant, nervine, viricide

Indications: acne, asthenia, bronchitis, candidiasis, cystitis, depression, intestinal dysbiosis, gastritis, gastroenteritis, flu, laryngitis, bronchiolitis, mononucleosis, neurasthenia, sinusitis, chronic fatigue syndrome, ringworm, cough

Contraindications: Exert caution when using on skin (dermocaustic), except for local applications or when diluted in 95% vegetable oil. Diffusion: Never more than one drop in 30 drops of gentler essential oils since this oil can irritate the airways. Do not use with children under 5 years of age without the advice of a licensed aromatherapist.

Additional information
Weight 0.015 kg
Thymus Vulgaris Thymoliferum

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