Reduce High Blood Pressure – Thyme oil provides a soothing effect when used in diffusers and steam therapy applications. Add a few drops to a diffuser and leave it running overnight while you sleep. The steam enters the lungs where it travels through the bloodstream, providing relief from hypertension symptoms.
Soothe Cough – Thyme can help you remove the symptoms of a cough and soothe the irritation in your throat. Infuse it into a cup of tea for oral administration. You should start to notice relief a few minutes after you start drinking the tea.
Strengthen Immune System – You can reduce digestive inflammation by using thyme in your meals. The potent anti-inflammatory properties of thyme help to clear digestive inflammation-causing bloating and gas. When the gastrointestinal system is in a better state of health, our immune response improves, increasing our resistance against infection and disease.
Natural Disinfectant – Thyme has potent anti-fungal and antimicrobial properties that make it ideal for use sterilizing surfaces in your home. For mold infestation/black mold spores. Mix half a teaspoon of thyme oil extract with two cups of distilled water in a spray bottle. Use the spray on mold growths in your home to eliminate the spores and leave your home smelling fresh. The fungicidal properties of thyme oil kill the mycotoxins before they have a chance to spread and reach your airways.
Mood enhancing – Thyme contains the monoterpenic phenol antioxidant known as carvacrol. Studies show that carvacrol is effective at increasing neutron activity in the brain. As a result, the individual undergoing thyme oil therapy notices an improvement in their emotional state and mood. Carvacrol increases neurotransmitter function, allowing the brain to produce more serotonin, the neurotransmitter responsible for creating feelings of happiness.
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