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(Thymus vulgaris)
Common names: Common Thyme, Mother of Thyme, Serpyllum, Tomillo.
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Parts Used: The entire plant. Methods Used: Water extraction, oil extraction.

Spiritual Uses: A Sacred Herb of the Druids.

Add Thyme and Marjoram tea to bathwater for cleansing.

Banish nightmares with a Thyme pillow.

Repel negativity. Attract love and promote healing.

Aid in prophecy and visions.

A symbol of courage.

Physical Uses: Although better known as a kitchen herb, Thyme has other uses.

Try Thyme tea the next time you have a headache, indigestion, or a cold. Used as an expectorant, it can help to relieve the stress of spasmodic coughing.

The tea is believed to induce sweating, relieve bronchitis and to encourage menstruation.

It has been used for centuries as a general tonic and preventive as well as to treat epilepsy and depression.

Oil of Thyme has also been used to treat toothaches and may be effective when used to treat Athlete's Foot and other fungal infections.

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