ABOUT THYME TINCTURE
A dropper full of Thyme Tincture can be the catalyst for your lifelong pursuit of contentment. It is a traditional remedy used by herbalists to cure upper respiratory tract infections, bronchitis, whooping cough, and other winter maladies. It could be a welcome relief for bacterial and fungal infections, muscular spasms, nasal congestions, inflammation of airways, alopecia, diarrhea, cold, flu, hypertension, obesity, and arthritis. Its regular use can support the health of your immune system and reduce the chances of developing heart diseases, neurodegenerative disorders (especially Alzheimer’s disease), and even cancer.
THYME TINCTURE INGREDIENTS
- Mayernik Garden Thyme
- Grain Alcohol (50%)
THYME TINCTURE USAGE
Take half to a full dropper of Thyme Tincture up to 3 times a day in water or tea.
Thyme is an evergreen, perennial shrub that is cheered for culinary, medicinal, and ornamental purposes. They are close relatives of the oregano and are celebrated for their leaves that are green or variegated.
Apart from complimenting sauces and meaty dishes, thyme is known to take down coughs, cold/flu symptoms, minor irritations, microbial infections, muscular spasms, gastritis, flatulence, diarrhea, bedwetting, and skin disorders. Being a natural expectorant, it helps in expelling the tough mucus and soothes wet cough and nasal and chest congestion.
Thyme Tincture is safe for children to consume. It improves their appetite and manages bedwetting both in children and adults. It also reduces the production of mucus and mobilizes the stagnant one to relieve chest congestion and stuffy feeling in the nose. It has a remarkable diaphoretic property that comes in handy for decreasing fever in children.
Thyme Tincture is an excellent digestive aid. It relaxes the colon muscles, reduces abdominal pain, and ultimately relieves indigestion. It also cures colic, dyspepsia, intestinal spasms, flatulence, bloating, diarrhea, heartburn, and belching.
Thyme Tincture is a natural expectorant that mobilizes the stagnant mucus and expels it out, relieving congestion. It reduces the inflammation of the airways, soothes cough, and eases bronchitis by making use of its antispasmodic, antibacterial, and expectorant property.
Thyme Tincture is possibly unsafe to consume during pregnancy as it leads to miscarriage.
Thyme Tincture is safe to use every day as it does not impart any side effects.