100% pure essential oil
BEWIT Thyme (Chemotype Thymol)
The aroma is fresh, warm, distinctive, spicy, herbal with phenolic hints. It encourages courage, ** effort and morale**.
It is also great for flavouring dishes.
100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Our ethical approach is based on respect for all living things = we have not, do not and will never in the future test our products on animals.
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To ensure maximum results every time, we make our essential oils from plants that come from the best sources around the world. We select our ingredients with an emphasis on scientific knowledge, historical wisdom, the legacy of our ancestors and practical results.
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THYME (THYME, RED THYME, THYMUS VULGARIS OIL, THYMUS ZYGIS HERB OIL)
Thyme essential oil has an unmistakable herbal-spicy aroma that will dispel melancholy, stimulate concentrationand mentally strengthenyou. In addition, it will cleanse you of blocked emotions and turn your anger into understanding. In many cases, on the contrary, it will awaken in you courage, moral fortitude **and the necessary self-confidence **. Explore the power of thyme essential oil to pamper both your mind and body.
Because of its aromatic properties, it is also suitable for enhancing dishes.
100% PURE ESSENTIAL OIL OF THYME FLOWERS AND LEAVES
Thyme ( Thymus vulgaris ) is a perennial, evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean region. The resulting essential oil is extracted from its flowers and leaves by the gentle process of steam distillation.
DID YOU KNOW THAT?
There are more than 300 species of thyme
Depending on soil conditions, climate and altitude, fragrant plants develop different chemotypes. There are several **different chemotypes **of thyme essential oil, which differ from each other in chemical composition, resulting smell and possible different action.
Thyme essential oil with the predominant chemotype component thymol is considered the strongest and** most intense type with a wide range of uses. However, this increased efficacy is accompanied by increased dermal irritation** , and therefore great** care **must be taken when using it.
Thyme essential oil chemotype thymol can also be found under the name as „red thyme“ . This is because the surface of the metal vessels reacts easily with the phenolic compounds of the essential oil and stains them red.
Thyme essential oil is a natural cocktail of hundreds of biologically active substances. However, the substances called Thymol and **para Cymene **are considered to be the main ones.
BENEFITS OF ESSENTIAL THYME OIL
Encourages a positive mood
Thyme essential oil has an unmistakable herbal-spicy scent that will dispel melancholy, stimulate** concentration and mentally **invigorate you. Disperse the essential oil in space and transport yourself to an oasis of harmony and peace.
Releases emotional blocks and gives you courage
Thyme essential oil will cleanse you of blocked emotions and turn your anger into understanding. In many cases, on the contrary, it will awaken courage and moral fortitude in you. It is particularly useful for the third chakra to support the necessary confidence in dealing with suppressed feelings.
Not just for better breathing quality
Thyme essential oil will surround your home with fresh herbal notes to neutralise unpleasant odours, cleanse rooms and create space to **breathe **deeply.
The best for your condition
The essential oil of thyme provides you with high antioxidant protection against adverse environmental influences and can help restore the balance **of your internal environment. By incorporating it into your routine, you can boost your body's natural **resistance , especially in the cold season.
Nature's power for preservation
If you want to keep your food fresh for as long as possible and naturally extend its shelf life, thyme essential oil can be a great way to do this. You can use it for example for bakery products, edible oils or vegetables.
Use in the kitchen
Thyme essential oil provides a great way to add pizzazz and great flavour to your dishes. It can be used, for example, to flavour sauces, soups, salads, pasta, pizza, creams, legumes or grilled vegetables.
When flavouring food, however, always use essential oil thoroughly diluted with edible oil. Just dip the tip of the toothpick in essential oil and stir it in 20 ml of vegetable oil **(e.g. sunflower oil). **A few drops **of the prepared mixture, season the finished dish. To make the flavour of the essential oil stand out in the dish, **we recommend adding it to the finished dish.
BENEFITS OF THYME ESSENTIAL OIL IN A CUBE
- Disperses melancholy, stimulates concentration and mentally strengthens
- Clears blocked emotions
- Transforms anger into understanding
- It awakens courage, morale and self-confidence
- Neutralises unpleasant odours and cleanses rooms
- Creates space to breathe deeply
- Provides antioxidant protection against adverse environmental influences
- Restores the balance of the internal environment
- May promote the body's natural resistance
- May extend the shelf life of some foods
- After dilution, it is suitable for flavouring dishes
- It is suitable for mixing with grapefruit, lavender, rosemary, oregano, chamomile and tea tree
A GLIMPSE INTO HISTORY
A plant associated with heroism
The first references to thyme date back to 3000 BC. Its beneficial effects are recorded** in the oldest Egyptian medical papyrus Eber** , while the Ancient Egyptians used it primarily for embalming. The ancient Greeks and Romans then believed that** thyme gave them courage , so they added it to baths and temples before an upcoming battle** .