- Botany: Thyme is a is a perennial evergreen sub-shrub with greenish-gray leaves and pale purple flowers. It is part of the Lamiceae botanical family. There are different chemotypes of Thyme: borneol, gerianiol, linalool, thujanol-4, and thymol. Each chemotype has different therapeutic actions, scent profiles, and precautions.
- Scent Profile: Mid to base note with a strong, spicy, and balsamic aroma.
- Soothes musculoskeletal inflammations
- Aids with respiratory inflammations and infections
- Used for skin infections and genitourinary infections
- Blends well with: Bergamot, Lavender, Lemon, Melissa, Rosemary (all chemotypes), Marjoram, and Scots Pine.
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- Thyme ct borneol: may inhibit blood clotting; skin irritation; mucous membrane irritant. Avoid internal use if the individual is taking anticoagulant medication, or about to have major surgery. Avoid with peptic ulcer and with hemophilia or other bleeding disorders.