THYME LEAVES INGREDIENTS: dried thyme leaves
STORAGE: Store in a cool, dry, low humidity place, away from direct sunlight & high temperatures.
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HEALTH BENEFITS OF GERBS DRIED THYME LEAVES
- A delicate looking herb with a penetrating fragrance, thyme is an herb we should all take time to investigate and enjoy.
- Thyme, botanically known as Thymus vulgaris, is a perennial garden herb that has been employed since ancient times for medicinal and culinary uses.
- The flowers, leaves, and oil of thyme have been used to treat bedwetting, diarrhea, stomach ache, arthritis, colic, sore throat, cough, including whooping cough, bronchitis, flatulence, and as a diuretic, to increase urination.
- Thyme is included in the French combination of herbs called, Bouquet Garni, used to season stock, stews, and soups.
- When you grill, you can get great results if you marinate the meat for a few hours before grilling with those three herbs (thyme, sage and rosemary), along with good quality Italian olive oil and pepper.
- One of the highest antioxidant concentrations in any herb, thyme has been praised for thousands of years as an overall health booster.
The most active ingredient found in thyme is thymol. This organic compound has a wide range of effects on the body, including its ability to prevent fungal and viral infections, thereby reducing strain on the immune system.