When school starts and your children come home with all kinds of germs? It's time to think "Thyme!"
This species of the essential oil of Thyme, Thyme Linalol, is a milder Thyme and more gentle for children and anyone needing a gentler touch. It is not as hot to the skin or as irritating as Thyme Thymol, but with both oils always dilute properly in a carrier oil such as jojoba or coconut oil.
A powerhouse in terms of fighting viral infections, Thyme Linalol, with herbal its slightly sweet, woody note, is also known for its healing ability of the following ailments: Colds and Flu, Muscular Pains, Bronchitis, Gout, Throat Infections, Arthritis, Thrush, Acne
Thyme Linalol is one of the most gentle, anti-septic oils available, where it offers excellent acne and dermatitis treatment without the irritating potential of the other anti-septic oils. Due to its strong anti-inflammatory and antiseptic activity, this oil is a great choice for those with acne, or oily skin, as well as a great choice for household room sprays and diffusing the room of a sick loved one.
The essential oil of thyme blends well with the essential oils of Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lemon, Lavender, Rosemary and Pine.
Thyme Linalol can be an irritant to some people, as well as a hypertensive substance that increases blood pressure. Therefore, it should be avoided during pregnancy and those with elevated blood pressure.
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Latin Name: Thymus vulgaris ct linalol
Plant Origin: Spain
Botanical family: Lamiaceae
Plant Part: Flowers, leaves
Processed: Steam Distilled
Chemical family: Monoterpenes, Monoterpenols
Aroma: Herbaceous, sweet, woodsy