Essential Oil Thyme, Red (thymus vulgaris) 0.5 Fl OzPure Aromatherapy.
Thyme Red Essential Oil 10ml - 100% Pure Description: A small evergreen shrub reaching approximately 20 cm high with small grayish-green oval leaves and tiny purple flowers. It is indigenous to Spain and Italy, but cultivated in most countries with temperate climates. The crude distillate of Thymus vulgaris is Red Thyme. The further distillation of thyme is known as White thyme. Botanical Name: Thymus vulgaris Common Name: Red thyme Plant Part: Leaves Extraction: Steam distillation of the leaves and flowering tops Color: Reddish brown Consistency: Thin Note: Top to middle Strength of Aroma: Strong Blends well with: Bergamot, chamomile, celery, juniper, black pepper, rosemary, myrrh, sage, tea tree, lime, grapefruit and cedarwood. Aromatic Scent: Spicy-herbaceous aroma Cautions: Not indicated in the first and second trimester of pregnancy. Red thyme is a uterine stimulant and woman should avoid the use of the herb, tincture and essential oil of Red thyme. Use in lower concentrations as it may act as an irritant to some people when undiluted. Externally it can cause skin irritation and is potentially toxic if used excessively.
Thyme Red by Aura Cacia 0.5 oz EssOil Thyme Red 0.5 oz EssOil Product White thyme is the result of a re-distillation of red thyme essential oil. Combine this oil with eucalyptus tea tree and lavandin in salves and chest rubs. Suggested Use As a dietary supplement Dillute Properly. - Or as directed by your healthcare professional. Other Ingredients Thymus vulgaris (white thyme) oil. Warnings Keep out of reach of children. As with all dietary supplements consult your healthcare professional before use. See product label for more information.
Botanical Name: Thymus vulgaris * Plant Part: Leaves * Extraction Method: Steam Distilled * Origin: Italy * Description: The Thyme plant is an evergreen perennial shrub that grows up to 45 cm (18 inches) in height. It has a woody root system, a multi-branched stem, small elliptical greenish gray aromatic leaves and pale purple or white flowers. Thyme is derived from the Greek word 'thymos' that means 'perfume'. * Color: Pale yellow to reddish yellow clear liquid. * Common Uses: Red Thyme Essential Oil has been used effectively as a bactericide, antiseptic, antimicrobial, astringent, antispasmodic, antitoxic, diuretic, antifungal, insecticide, tonic, and as an immune stimulant. Thyme Oil can assist with nervous complaints, respiratory problems, poor circulation and problems of the digestive system. * Consistency: Thin * Note: Middle * Strength of Aroma: Medium * Blends well with: Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lemon, Lavender, Rosemary and Pine. * Aromatic Scent: Red Thyme Essential Oil has a fresh, herbaceous, medicinal scent. It has often been described as sharp and warming. * Directions to Use: We would recommend placing the bottle in a very hot water bath, changing the water frequently and once it is back to the liquid state be sure to shake before use. * History: Thyme was used in ancient herbal medicine Greeks, Egyptians and the Romans. It was used as incense in Greek temples and the Egyptians used it in embalming. During the Middle Ages it was given to jousting Knights for courage, and a sprig of thyme was carried into courtrooms to ward off diseases. * Cautions: Red Thyme Essential Oil should be avoided during pregnancy, or if a history of high blood pressure exists. Red Thyme contains a high amount of toxic phenols (carvacrol and thymol) that can irritate mucus membranes, cause skin irritation and skin sensitization.