Hydrolate thyme vulgaris Bio200ml or Thymus vulgaris
Hydrolate from organic farming, FR-BIO-01 certificate
Warm smell, earthy smell of summer. Good storage up to 2 years
You can use Hydrolate thyme vulgaris Bio200ml as a gargle or as a mouthwash. If possible, use it pure, if not in a slight dilution. You can sweeten it with for example honey or agave. As it is also a tonic, it is best not to use it after about 4pm. A normal dose: promotes the immunity of the skin...read more about the important active ingredients here!
Excellent as a drink and in soups, ragouts and vegetarian dishes. This very classic hydrolat is, in everyday language, that of "red thyme".
Although less well known than the essential oils, the hydrolates are very interesting to keep in shape. The hydrolates are used for the same purpose as the essential oil of the same name. As a result, they are better tolerated and allow for preventative use. Hydrolates can therefore be used for a longer period of time.
Most hydrolates are softer than essential oils: they are particularly suitable for children, the elderly, sensitive people, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
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The use of essential oils is at your own risk. Always consult a doctor. Essential oil is not an alternative to a doctor's visit!
Essential oils are traditionally used to support the body and mind. (plant medicine/phytotherapy)
Despite the fact that this herbal medicine is the founder of modern Western medicine, claims cannot be made.
Shared information is only hypothetical, from a historical point of view.
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