Little Cutes Thyme Leaves

by Linda Hallman

the little cute thyme leaves

Thyme is one of the herbs that belongs to the family of Mint (Lamiaceae). You may know thyme from the spice ingredients in your kitchen. However, its usefulness is not only that limited. There are about 400 subspecies which are very remarkable. In ancient Egypt it was used in the practice of giving balm to the body, while it was the ancient Greeks to use it as incense.

Thyme leaves are one of spices that can be used as an ornament or even a taste giver and special aroma in food. Thyme turned out to also sharing health benefits on the body.

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1. Thyme as acne medication

acne medication

Because of its distinctive taste, thyme is still a dream in the culinary field to this day. In addition, Thyme is also quite famous in its use as an acne medication and high blood pressure.

If you have bought and tried a wide range of acne cures without good results, then you are lucky to be reading this article. Thyme is known for having antibacterial properties so it is used as an ingredient to fight acne. When thyme soaked for several days or during the week, it can be a solution known as tincture (liquid from herbal plant). Researchers in the UK have tested the effect of thyme on its use as an acne medication, this natural herb is apparently better at treating acne compared to anti-acne products. However, it is still in the research phase. How effective is thyme as anti-acne? The time will answer.

2. Thyme for low blood pressure heart

for low blood pressure heart

Thymus Linear is Benth is one of the types of thyme found in Pakistan and Afghanistan. A new study found that thyme extract could significantly reduce heart rate in rats due to high blood pressure and was also able to lower cholesterol levels in their body.

One of the definitive ways of using thyme to lower your heart rate is to make it a substitute for salt in your cooking.

3. Thyme to relieve cough

thyme to relieve cough

The essential oil of thyme obtained from its leaves is often used as a natural cough remedy. In a study, the combination of thyme leaves and ivy leaves helped relieve cough and other symptoms such as acute bronchitis.

So, if next time you are experiencing cough or sore throat try drinking tea from the leaves of thyme.

4. Thyme to boost the immune system

booster immune system

Thyme is packed in the form of vitamin C and is also a good source for vitamin A. If you are feeling well and lack of good body, Thyme helps you get back in shape. Thyme is also a source containing copper, fiber, iron and manganese.

5. Thyme as disinfectant

thyme as disinfectant

Mushrooms are a common, yet potentially harmful air pollutant that can lurk your home. When you've identified it, take a good step by using thyme oil to get rid of it. The essential oil of thyme holds many fungicide properties. Research shows that it can be used as a disinfectant in the home where there are many fungi.

6. Thyme to get rid of mosquitoes

get rid of mosquitoes

essential spray

Thyme is commonly used to eradicate bacteria, viruses, rats and other insects. A study showed that thyme extract could repel mosquitoes. For best results, rub the thyme leaves in the hand to remove the essential oil.

You can also make your own herb for pests that stick to your crops by mixing four drops of thyme oil for each teaspoon of olive oil, or mixing five drops with 2 drops of water then spray it around the plant or its soil.

7. Thyme as a freshener

thyme as freshener

Today's natural skincare products can be found in some cosmetic stores that contain a lot of thyme.

It contains antiseptic and anti-fungal properties which are commonly used ingredients as mouthwash. Thyme is also one of the natural ingredients used as deodorants.

8. Thyme to Improve Mood

positive feelings

Thyme essential oil is often used as a therapeutic aroma due to its intensity from the active substance called Carvacrol.

In a study in 2013, Carvacrol proved to affect the activity of neurons by increasing the sense of calm. So, if you use thyme or thyme oil on a regular basis, it will give you a positive effect on your feelings and mood.

9. Thyme as Good Food

thyme for cook

Thyme is one of the ' remarkable ' ingredients used in cuisines around the international mainly in France, Italy and the Mediterranean. Thyme is the main ingredient in pesto sauce, which can be used as a seasoning or a complement to pasta or rice. The fresh leaves or the whole of the stem can be used when serving meat. Thyme is an excellent ingredient for fish dishes.

That's 9 benefits of thyme for health. You can also plant this herbal plant in your home.

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    my bioLinda Hallman. My first interest is photography, cooking, sports, and the travel and lifestyle elements of those endeavors followed in suit. I am fascinated with capturing subtle moments within broader experiences. I think that there is a simple magic in portraying the current emotions of subject or encompassing the sheer magnitude of a landscape within a single frame.