WHO AM I?
Processing method of thyme thymol essential oil: steam distillation
Part of the plant: flowering top
Odour: Herbaceous, spicy, rural and aromatic
Botanical name: Thymus vulgaris
The stems are filled with small, green-grey, aromatic and persistent leaves. From May to August, small pink or red flowers gather at the end of the stems.
There are more than 300 different species of thyme.
Know which thyme essential oil you need, because there are several of them:
- “linalool” EO (Thymus vulgaris ct linalool): anti-infective without specific precaution
- “thujanol” EO (Thymus vulgaris ct thujanol): anti-infective without specific precautions. It is very difficult to produce, so this EO is often replaced by marjoram EO because it also contains thujanol).
- “thymol“ EO (Thymus vulgaris ct thymol ) major anti-infective but with dermocausticity and hepatotoxicity
- “thuyanol” EO (Thymus vulgaris ct thuyanol), anti-infective without specific precautions.
- You also have Thymus “zugis” from Spain with different chemotypes
- The spanish marjoram (Thymus mastichina): respiratory property without specific precaution
Yield: 1,5kg of oil = about 500kgs of thyme
- Phenols: thymol (24 to 45%), carvacrol (<14%)
- Monoterpenes: gamma-terpinene (6 to 24%), myrcene, para-cymene (10 to 37%)
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PROPERTIES OF THYME THYMOL ESSENTIAL OIL
- General potent antiseptic
- Anti-infectious with a broad spectrum of efficiency +++
- Antiviral and immune stimulant +++
- Antibacterial and antimicrobial +++
- Anti-parasite +++
- Fungicide and deworming +++
- Stimulating and invigorating +++
- Tonic and general stimulant +++
- Stimulating action on digestion and helps eliminate gastric problems +++
USAGE OF THYME THYMOL ESSENTIAL OIL
ORAL DERMAL DIFFUSION HEALTH BEAUTY WELL BEING
USERS OF THYME THYMOL ESSENTIAL OIL
KIDS 8+ PREGNANT + 3 MONTHS
KIDS 8- PREGNANT 3- MONTHS
INDICATIONS OF THYME THYMOL ESSENTIAL OIL
-Intestinal infections: dysentery, colitis, infectious diarrhea, amoebiasis
-Gastric problems: flatulence, spasms, infections, stomatitis, gastritis, enterocolitis, colitis
-Urinary tract infections: cystitis, urethritis
-Bronchi and respiratory tract complaints in general : bronchitis laryngitis, sinusitis, cough, nasopharyngitis, angina, pneumonia, tuberculosis
-Nervous complaints : nervous and brain fatigue, depression, neurasthenia, mental fatigue
Angina, bronchitis, flu, sinusitis: add 1 drop EO in 20 drops VO, then massage on the sole feet 2 times a day during 3 days.
or in a 10ml bottle, pour 10 drops thyme thymol EO + 20 drops eucalyptus globulus, then complete with VO to completely fill the bottle. After that, massage on the chest twice a day for 5 days
Fatigue: dilute 1 drop in 20 drops VO and then massage the back and the soles of the feet
The information provided could not be considered as medical information nor engage Pacific Scents responsibility as to your usage of essential oils for yourself or anyone else. Therefore, we strongly invite you to compare the information with that of authoritative experts and the opinion of health professionals
- Avoid eye and mucous membranes contact.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Avoid with pregnant or breastfeeding women, children under the age of 10 and epileptic people.
- As a rule, test the product by applying a little in the crook of your elbow or on your wrist before using it.
- Skin irritative, do not use pure: in other words, make a strong dilution in vegetable oil, dilute at a maximum 5% in vegetable oil for use on the skin
- Delicate liver, do not use in self-medication
- Do not diffuse pure, mix with other oils (part thyme in the mixture 10% max)
- Asthmatics should ask their GP before using this oil
- Avoid oral usage.
- linalool (2 à 7 %)
- limonene (≤ 2 %)
- geraniol (≤ 0,5 %)
Keep in original bottle, away from air and light, at a temperature below 25C
Dosage Abbreviation 1 drop = 0.03 ml EO = Essential Oil 1ml = 25 to 35 drops
depends on the fluidity
VO = Vegetable Oil 1 teaspoon = 125 drops (around 5 ml)