This Tea Heals Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Hashimoto’s, Multiple Sclerosis, And More…
Thyme is an herb with numerous health benefits. For years people used it as a remedy for whooping cough, sore throat, bronchitis, skin disorders, and colic and parasitic worm infections. It is also efficient in treating digestive issues such as diarrhea and stomach pain. Thyme is rich in vitamin B, vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, potassium, magnesium, calcium and folic acid. It has ant-rheumatic, anti-parasitic, anti-septic, anti-viral, and anti-fungal properties.
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Other benefits of thyme:
-Boost our immune system
-Boost our mood
-Improve our appetite
-Lower blood pressure
-Prevents breast and colon cancer
-Prevents tooth decay
-Increase urine flow
-Help us loss weight
-Improve our thyroid functions
-Prevents multiple sclerosis
Forms of use:
- You can use the fresh leaves of thyme for preparing a tea or soup
- The essential oil of thyme which contains between 20 present and 60 percent thymoil
- Infusion of thyme
- Using thyme in aromatherapy
- Using it like antiseptic, deodorant and etc.
How to make thyme tea?
-A teapot or mug
-A handful of fresh or dried thyme
Put the thyme in the boiling water and leave it to stay for 10 minutes. After that strain it and enjoy the tea.
Infusion of thyme
You can use this infusion for soothing and healing muscle spasm and skin irritations. Thyme contains a compound which is helpful in preventing blood clots.
Aromatherapy of the essential oil of thyme is used for boosting the mind, body and spirit. This kind of therapy is especially effective in treating respiratory infections.
You can add thyme essential oil in your bath and aid your bronchial problems and sooth rheumatism.
People usually burn thyme to protect their homes from insects and mildew.