Ingredients: Dried leaves & flowers of organic thyme.
Net Weight: 25g and 0.88oz
It is used to flavor foods, such as meat and fish, sauces and marinades, but also as a decoction.
The thymol, which is contained in it, has antiseptic activity and it is the main ingredient of many commercial mouthwash preparations. Thymol has also been shown to be effective at fighting off fungi, which they often infect the toenails. It is also an active ingredient in some alcohol-free herbal preparations, for hand disinfection. Thyme decotion can be used to treat cough and bronchitis.
To make the infusion, put 1 teaspoon of dried thyme or 2 teaspoons of fresh herb without stems in 1 cup boiling water. Cover for 10 minutes and then strain.
Store away from the sun and moisture.
* Definitely herbs and herbs cannot replace medical treatment, but it can be
supportive. It is useful for the patient to consult his doctor.