Thyme literally stores vitamins and minerals. It is rich in iron, calcium, and potassium, and therefore it can help with the regulation of arterial blood pressure, the formation of red blood cells, and in dealing with cellular inflammation and oxidation symptoms. It contributes to the creation of strong bones and high bone density.
It is rich in B vitamins, as well as vitamins A, C, K, and folic acid. It has anticancer and antispasmodic properties, and can help treat bronchitis, throat irritations, coughs, laryngitis, asthma, mouth inflammations, and throat infections. It relieves colds.
The natural oils in thyme minimise gas in the digestive system.
It strengthens vision and the skin.
It also helps deal with arthritis, allergies, and joint pains.
Its antibiotic properties help with bacterial and fungal infections and with the flu.
Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory ingredients strengthen and protect the heart.
NOTE: The above information is not medical advice, nor should it replace expert medical healthcare advice. It is provided for informational purposes alone. Do not stop following any other medical healthcare recommendations without first consulting your doctor.