One of my favorite all time go to herbs is the fabulous thyme plant.
I try to always keep it on hand, and have some dried in the cupboard. I have some in neat oil form, too--Young Living brand is my preference. Sometimes I infuse it with olive oil using the fresh herbs growing in my yard.
For countless years, thyme has been used as antimicrobial, antiviral, antifungal and antiparasitic. It’s also used to support the cellular communication within your body (synapsis). It’s one of the key oils used Young Living’s Raindrop therapy technique.
Thymol is the secret weapon within the plants compound. You can even find cleaners at your local stores that have this amazing ingredient to use as household disinfectant.
Another method I love to use thyme is to put it into vegetable or chicken broth, sip it and breath in the steam. By all means, get creative with how to use herbs in food or drinks--it's worth it!
While incorporating thyme, you'll likely find its aromatic scent to be very uplifting and comforting.
I am enjoying a cup at this very moment while writing this. I just finished a salad for lunch and have a bit of fresh plucked thyme in my cup of hot water. It’s steeping while I listen to some hymns played on a piano. It takes just a tiny bit of thyme to saturate a cup of warm water with its delicious flavor.
If the flu bug, or nearly any other sort of crud is going around, maybe you’ll consider keeping it at bay with some thyme tea or a thyme-spritz after shower spray.
Hoping this has given you some ideas of how to incorporate thyme into your life.
God bless and have a wonderful day!
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