Any plant of the labiate genus Thymus. The garden thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is a warm, pungent aromatic, much used to give a relish to seasoning and soups.
A grey-green aromatic leaves and small purple flowers, used as a flavouring.
(Spain) Steam distilled from the flowering tops and leaves of the plant resulting in the oil. Is a very strong anti-bacterial and anti-microbial agent used for a natural preservative.
This is a member of the mint family and native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean. Garden thyme has gray-green leaves with a minty, almost lemon scent. Lemon thyme is also popular and has a stronger lemon aroma than garden thyme. Thyme adds flavor to vegetables, meat, poultry and fish dishes, soups and cream sauces, and is a constituent part of bouquet garni.
Thyme is known as a powerful antiseptic and a general tonic, with healing powers. It is said to be used in cases of anemia, bronchial and intestinal disturbances. Properties and Uses (Garden thyme): Anthelmintic, antispasmodic, carminative, diaphoretic, expectorant, sedative. As a tincture, extract, or infusion, thyme is commonly used in throat and bronchial problems, including acute bronchitis, laryngitis, and whooping cough, and also for diarrhea, chronic gastritis, and lack of appetite. For coughs and spasmodic complaints, make the medication from the fresh plant. A warm infusion promotes perspiration and relieves flatulence and colic. Oil of thyme (thymol) has a powerful antiseptic action for which it is used in mouthwashes, toothpastes and soap. Thymol is also effective against ascarids and hookworms. As a local irritant, it can be used externally for warts or to encourage the flow of blood to the surface. Thyme baths are said to be helpful for neurasthenia, rheumatic problems, paralysis, bruises, swellings, and sprains. A salve made from thyme can be used for shingles.
Dog Food ] Thyme is an overall tonic for the functions of the body.
Latin name: Thymus vulgaris - carvacrol. Family name: Labiatae. Thyme is distilled from the leaves and flowering tops and is imported from Spain. It has a sweet, intense herb-medicinal odor. Thyme was used by ancient Greeks to disinfect air and inhibit infectious diseases. Some traditional uses: To heal colds, bronchitis, for relieving muscle aches and pains, to aid concentration and memory, for relieving fatigue and said to heal anthrax. Avoid use if pregnant or with high blood pressure. Blends with: bergamot, lemon, rosemary, lavender and sweet marjoram. future formulations
A perennial plant with small grey-green aromatic leaves and small purple flowers. It is one of the basic herbs used in cooking. Alone or in a bouquet garni, fresh or dried, it is used in a huge range of dishes but particularly in casseroles, stews and marinades.
Thyme is the leaf of a low-growing shrub in the mint family called Thymus vulgaris. Its tiny grayish-green leaves rarely are greater than one-fourth inch long. For use as a condiment, Thyme leaves are dried then chopped, or ground.
(Herbal) A calming cleanser, thyme tones and refreshes while also having antiseptic benefits.
A Druid sacred herb. Repels negativity and depression.
Any methaceous plant of the genus Thymus, as a low subshrub. Thymus vulgaris, a common garden herb having aromatic leaves used for seasoning and in aromatherapy.
Fresh or dried, thyme has a pungent aroma similar to sage. Discard any stems. Equally at home with meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, cheese, vegetables and salad.
any of various mints of the genus Thymus
leaves can be used as seasoning for almost any meat and stews and stuffings and vegetables
A grayish green herb, thyme has minty, light flavor. Recipe: Roast Beef with Garlic and Thyme
A pungent European perennial herb of the mint family, thyme has small, usually dark green leaves. It is a versatile herb that can be used in moderation with almost any food. Lemon thyme even appears in desserts.
This herb provides antimicrobial, antioxidant, antiseptic, astringent, and fungicidal properties.
Has anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory with astringent properties that help firm collagen in the skin.
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Mild antiseptic, soothing and anti inflammatory
Herb of the mint family that is native to southern Europe. It is a basic herb of the French cuisine where its minty, light-lemon aroma enhances vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, soups and cream sauces.
A hardy evergreen low growing sub shrub "Thymus vulgaris" with tiny aromatic leaves and pale lilac flowers. The stalks with leaves attached are used in BG's or bundled up with other herbs to make a faggot of herbs. Alternatively the leaves alone are used fresh or dried in stuffings, sauces, soups, stocks and meat dishes. Fresh sprigs may be used to flavor oil and vinegar.
One of the most diverse herbs, thyme may be used in any number of dishes to give a slightly sweet, earthy flavor. Any food, whether it is a meat or vegetable, can benefit from the use of fresh thyme. Garden or English thyme is preferred to the wild variety, which has a weaker flavor. If you have the fortune to come across lemon thyme, the earthy, sweet flavor of English thyme and lemon, I highly recommend its wonderfully distinct flavor.
Crushed leaves, ground Tiny brownish-green leaves; very aromatic Stocks, soups, sauces, meats, poultry, tomatoes
Derived from the flowering herb. Thyme smells sweet and herbaceous--ideal for eau de cologne.
During the summer months in France, hillsides are fragrant with an abundance of thyme. An essential ingredient in French cuisine, thyme has crossed the ocean to add a sharp, warm, and pungent touch to American dishes as well. A pinch of thyme, particularly when paired with other herbs, makes a flavorful addition to a loaf of bread.
Herb from the mint family.
Two popular members of this mint family herb are "garden thyme" and "wild thyme." Both varieties are used widely in cooking and to season vegetables, meats, poultry, fish, soups, and sauces. It is the key ingredient to "bouquet garni."
(Thymus vulgaris). Fumigant, tonic, antiseptic. Thyme is derived from a Greek word meaning "to fumigate." Among the Greeks, "to smell of thyme" was an expression of praise. Oil is toxic and irritating to skin.
Botanical properties are antiseptic, tonic, antibacterial and deodorizing. Often used in toothpaste, mouthwashes, perfumes and soap.
No kitchen should be without the heady, aromatic character...
This Mediterranean member of the mint family comes in many varieties. Popular in French Cuisine it is used to season a variety of dishes and is a component of the classic herb blend Bouquet Garni. Thyme has many medicinal properties as well it is an antiseptic helpful in the treatment of coughs congestion and indigestion.
Thyme (Thymcfggyus) (pronounced "time") is a genus of about 350 species of aromatic perennial herbaceous plants and sub-shrubs to 40 cm tall, in the family Lamiaceae and native to Europe, North Africa and Asia. A number of species has some chemotypes. The stems tend to be narrow or even wiry; the leaves are evergreen in most species, arranged in opposite pairs, oval, entire, and small, 4-20 mm long.