(Thymus vulgaris) Mix with parsley and bay leaf as a garnish or add to soup, stocks, marinades, stuffing, sauces and soups. A good addition with other herbs for meat dishes.
Aids digestion of fatty foods. Infuse as a tea for a digestive tonic and for hangovers. Sweeten infusion with honey and use for colds, coughs and sore throats. Has been known to help relieve insomnia, poor capillary circulation, muscular aches and pains. Eliminates gas and reduces fever, headache and mucus.
Properties Include: B-Complex vitamins, Borneol, Cavacrol, Chromium, Essential Oils, Fluorine, Gum, Iron, Silicon, Tannins, Thiamine, Thyme Oil, Thymol, Triterpenic Acids, Vitamin C and E.