Thyme thymol

Thymus zygis ct. thymol

Thyme thymol

Thymus zygis ct. thymol

Flowering aerial parts

Respiratory tracts | Digestion | Resistance

The essential oil of thyme thymol is one of the most powerful of all essential oils. Its main component, thymol, is one of the ‘top four’ purifying substances, along with carvacrol, eugenol and cinnamaldehyde. Providing it is kept in a properly sealed dark bottle, it can maintain its strength for more than 15 years. It is also effective in very small concentrations. Cough syrups are occasionally enriched with this type of thyme oil. Except in case of an oncoming sore throat, for which careful oral use in its pure form is highly effective, it will always be used in a diluted state. It combines well with all other ‘airway’ oils; for example, to create a mixture to purify the air by diffusion. Thyme thymol further supports the body’s natural resistance and digestion. In low doses it has a pleasantly soft fragrance, whereas in its undiluted state it might be perceived as being too strong and irritating.

Chemotype: thymol, p-cymene

Content: 10 ml

Product info

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User manual

Oral: twice daily 1 to 2 drops (80 to 160 mg/day). To be taken diluted in some honey (in an infusion) or vegetable oil. Food supplement. Keep out of the reach of young children under three years of age. Do not exceed the recommended dose. A food supplement is no substitute for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Skin: massage, bath: 2 to 3 drops per 10 ml of vegetable oil. Contains naturally linalool, d-limonene, citral, geraniol Diffusion: 2 to 5 drops according to your personal preference and the size of the room.

Equivalent: 1 ml = 925 mg = ± 23 drops

Product info

  • Origin: Spain
  • Extraction: steam distillation
  • Fragrance: aromatic, medicinal, strong, herbal
  • Appearance: yellow to red-brown fluid
  • Yield: 0,125 - 0,25%
Composition per 4 drops
Thyme thymol 160 mg

Ingredients: Thymus zygis ct. thymol* (100%). *organic culture

Mean values of the main components:

thymol 36-55%
p-cymene 8-28%
γ-terpinene 6-16%
carvacrol 1-13%
linalool 2-7%

Essential oils are the fragrant, volatile constituents of plants, flowers, fruits, etc. Oak Organic essential oils are 100% pure, natural and botanically and biochemically defined.

A recipe for a warming winter drink

2 drop Thyme thymol EO
2 drop Eucalyptus globulus EO
1 drop Clove EO

Dilute in a tablespoon of honey and add to a herbal infusion. Use up to twice a day.

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