Tea of Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)

Thyme Herbal Tea (Thymus vulgaris)


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Thyme Herbal Tea

This aromatic and slightly spicy herb is used in tea as an auxiliary method to reduce coughing and improve digestion. Get your Thyme Leaf and prepare delicious meals!

Ingredients: 100% Thyme, leaves (Thymus vulgaris).


Thyme is an aromatic and versatile herb belonging to the Lamiaceae family. In Ancient Roman times, thyme was used in the baths of Roman soldiers as a natural method to obtain body strength and stamina. This shrub of oriental, African and Mediterranean origin grows in temperate soils. In addition to its culinary potential, this aromatic herb is used as an air freshener and natural insect repellent. It is also known to enhance the reduction of musty smells in damp rooms. The leaves, twigs, and flowers of thyme are the parts most commonly used in food, either in their natural state or dehydrated.

Thyme is rich in vitamins A and C, even as minerals such as calcium, potassium, and manganese. In traditional medicine, it is considered an antibiotic and natural relaxant that can eliminate body toxins. It is also referred to as an excellent digestive stimulant. Thyme tea can reduce anxiety, improve mood, and balance intestinal flora.

Thyme is currently consumed in France and Spain in various culinary dishes. This high consumption is due to the easy production of this aromatic herb in some French and Spanish regions.

Therapeutic indications: low immunity, anaemia, blood pressure, abdominal swelling, indigestion, slow digestion, acne, dermatitis, anxiety, stress, agitation, nervousness, cough, catarrh, bronchitis, colds, and diarrhoea.

Water temperature: 100º

Infusion time: 5 to 15 minutes.

Dosage: 10grs per Litre

Suggested recipe: 1 Cinnamon stick, honey, 4 lemon slices and thyme leafs.

Preparation: Place 1 tablespoon of thyme leaf in a litre (1L) of boiled water. Next, add the lemon strips and cinnamon stick and cover the container. Leave to infuse for 5 to 15 minutes. Finally, strain and allow cooling a little. When you have your Thyme tea, add a little honey, and it is ready.

Culinary Uses: Thyme is used as a seasoning on meat, fish, and even tomato and cheese dishes.

Store in a dry (max. 20 degrees) and cool (max. 60% humidity) place.

NOTE: The images presented are only suggestions for presentation. That the cut typology and dimensions of the plant may vary in the supply or season, keeping all the quality, functionalities, and properties of the tea unchanged.

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