eec 2092/91 – nop – jas – bio suisse – naturland – kosher.
thyme was praised by the english herbalist nicholas culpeper (1616 – 1654) as "a notable strengther of the lungs, as a notable a one as grows; neither is there a better remedy growing for that disease in children which they commonly call chin-cough [whooping cough]." thyme is an excellent antiseptic and tonic, and today is still used as a respiratory remedy, as well as being important for a variety of other ailments. it is a herb of the plant thymus vulgaris which grows in south europe, syria and arabian desert
4- active substances
the wild variety is the best as it contains higher percentage of volatile oil (1.5 – 2.5 %), thymol content (30-70 %) carvacrol (3-15 %)it has an aromatic taste and used as spice
the thyme tea is useful in the spasm and convulsions of the g.i. tract also as an anti-septic and anti-spasmodic for respiratory tract bronchi.it is a potent than anti-biotic) the bacteria do not acquire resistance property to it.
it is a cough suppressant in cases of whooping cough, acute and chronic bronchitisit can be used to remove the bad odour in mouth and as anti-septic mouth wash, gargle for moth and throat.
7- product benefits:
one of the most useful factors of this herb is its antiseptic qualities. used as a tea bag and warmed it can cure styes, and greatly aid pink eye or conjunctivitus. the combination of the soothing warmth of the tea bags and the drawing qualities of the herb add up to pure relief when used in this manner.used as a tea it can relive both hangovers and also most herbalists recommend it as a digestive aid or tonic. finally, it is a great cough remedy. many herbalists recommend its usage for whooping cough, cold, and for sore throats.
8- product forms:
crush – as well, any cut according to the client demand and specification.
9- product details:- packing forms:·
bags of 5 kg for the thyme crush
10- 20" container load:
· 500 bags of marjoram crush, each carton contains 5 kg (2500-kg).
· all forms are available all around the year (according to the herbs season and the stocks in our warehouses).