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Thyme Leaf Tea
50 tea bags
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|Thyme, Thymus vulgaris L. [Fam. Lamiaceae], was traditionally used to help support supporting bronchitis, whooping cough and catarrh (mucous) of the upper respiratory tract. The German Commission E also lists thyme leaves and oil for helping p...|
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ZIN Product Number: 410276
Size: 50 tea bags
Weight: 0.18 lbs (0.08 KG)
Size (inches): 2.17" X 6.10" X 9.06"
Size (cm): 5.5 cm X 15.5 cm X 23.0 cm
Traditional Uses: Cardiovascular Disorders, Indigestion, Flu / Influenza Symptom Support, Nervous System Health, Detox / Toxicity, Hypertension (High Blood Pressure), Bronchitis, Morning Sickness, Dental Support, Gastrointestinal Disorders, Hypercholesterolemia, Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
Ingredients: Thyme Leaf
Symptoms: Coughing, Stomach / Intestinal Cramps, Vomiting, Catarrh, Flatulence
Actions: Antibacterial, Diuretic, Expectorant, Deodorizer, Vermifuge
Description - Research and Analysis
Thyme, Thymus vulgaris L. [Fam. Lamiaceae], was traditionally used to help support supporting bronchitis, whooping cough and catarrh (mucous) of the upper respiratory tract. The German Commission E also lists thyme leaves and oil for helping poor digestion. In European folk tradition, thyme leaf tea can also be tried to help support nervous disorders. Experimentally, oil of thyme lowers arterial pressure, can increase heart rhythms, respiratory volume, lowers blood pressure and alleviates toothaches. The oil is strongly antibacterial and antimicrobial, being 25 times stronger than phenol, but, in contrast, it is less injurious to the skin. Because essential oils are very toxic and irritating to the skin when applied directly, it is important to use thyme oil externally only as a wash made from the leaf tea or as part of liniment or massage oil blend. However, pure thyme oil is often used as a natural preservative for health and culinary oil blends, especially for encapsulated fish oil blends because of its antiseptic and antioxidant properties. New studies on a monoterpene found in thyme oil called limonene (found more abundantly in citrus rinds) show that it very effectively helps individuals avoid developing abnormal growths on their skin (when taken internally). Limonene also has demonstrated reduction efficacy in preclinical models of breast and colon abnormal growths. Limonene has chemo-reducer activity against rodent mammary, skin, liver, lung and upper stomach abnormal growths. Limonene also has chemotherapeutic activity against rodent mammary and pancreatic abnormal growths and is under evaluation in Phase I clinical trials with humans. Another monoterpene from thyme oil, geraniol, has also been shown to have tremendous activity in combating abnormal growths. Geraniol also has in vivo activity against abnormal white blood cells. Monoterpenes block cholesterol production within the body, which keeps excess estrogen formation and related stimulation of abnormal cell division.
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Fresh drawn, boiling water contains the most oxygen, thereby giving the fullest taste to tea. Water that has been boiling for some time looses the oxygen and thereby the best taste.
Allow full expansion during the infusion and easy removal after the time for steeping has elapsed.
Draw into a tea pot or kettle the best fresh water that you have available.
Warm the teapot and cups while the water is boiling.
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