A long time favorite among aromatherapists, Thyme's warming properties are commonly used to overcome exhaustion, poor concentration and uneasy feelings. Thyme Oil is 100% Pure, Steam Distilled from plant's flowering tops.
- Thymus vulgaris/zygis
- Steamed Distilled
- 100% Pure
- Mixes Well With Basil, Lavender, Lemon, or Marjoram Oil
For aromatherapy use. For all other uses, carefully dilute with a carrier oil such as jojoba, grapeseed, olive, or almond oil prior to use. Please consult an essential oil book or other professional reference source for suggested dilution ratios.
Pleasant and pungent. Thyme Oil imparts a scent that is uplifting, empowering, and clarifying.
About The Oil:
Warm and spicy, Thyme has been a beloved aromatic for centuries. The ancient Greeks burned it as incense inside temples. Both the Greeks and the Romans used Thyme to flavor cheese and liquor. The Egyptians used it in the embalming process. Thyme was also a symbol of courage, and in the Middle Ages, knights wore scarves embroidered with a sprig of Thyme. A soup of beer and Thyme was consumed to help overcome shyness. The Scots used to make a tea of wild Thyme, and believed that drinking it would boost courage and strength, plus prevent nightmares. Now, Thyme is most popular in the kitchen, however, aromatherapists everywhere know of its therapeutic value and employ it in their practices.
What are essential oils?
Essential Oils are the naturally occurring volatile oils obtained by distillation
or expression having the characteristic aroma of the plant part from which it
was derived. These 100% pure oils are neat, meaning they have not been processed
or manipulated in any way with solvents or other additives. Though a particular
species of plant harvested and distilled for its essential oil during a particular
growing season in a specific region may produce a fragrance that differs from
the same species grown that season in a different region, many of the main chemical
markers and physical specifications may be similar.
Do essential oils have a grading system to tell me which is better?
There are many companies selling Essential Oils today spinning many tall tales
regarding the quality or grade of their products. To our knowledge there exists
NO official grading system in any of the more respected sources of essential
oil literature. Neither The Federal Register and Code of Regulations, FEMA nor
AFNOR has to date adopted a system that grades these oils as an A, B or C grade.
A product is either 100% pure essential oil or it's not. All of our 100% pure
essential Oils are labeled as such. We also sell oil blends that are formulated
with essential oils or absolute extracts and pure grapeseed oil and are clearly
Always dilute before any use other than aromatherapy.
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. If pregnant or lactating, consult a
practitioner before use. Not for internal use. Natural essential oils are highly concentrated and
should be used with care. Possible irritant to skin in sensitive types. Do a patch test