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Thyme Oil (Red)

Thyme Oil (Red)

(Thymus Vulgaris)
Product Code : NNI-AI-E10337
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Thymus Vulgaris Spain Conventional Steam Distillation leaves sharp and woody scent Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils

Variety: Thyme Oil (Red)

Aromaaz International is one of the trusted suppliers of organic oil that prepare oil as per set standards of the industry. The oil shows many therapeutic properties when used for treating many health issues. BotanyThyme plant belongs to the Labiatae family of Plantae kingdom. Dried leaves are used for the extraction of oil from it. In addition, flowering tops and twigs are also used. This is a perennial herb that is propagated via seeds.

Brief History & Historical Uses of Thyme Oil (Red)

• The usefulness of the plant dates back to the ancient Egypt where they used it for embalming.
• Historically, the oil from Thyme was used to cure cases of poison in the body and to get relief from the pain caused due to it.
• People have also used this oil against bronchitis, sore throat, bedwetting and for increasing urination.

Therapeutic Benefits

Thyme oil is known to show excellent properties such as antibacterial, cardiac, hypertensive, stimulant, antispasmodic, etc.

Blends well with 

Thyme oil goes well with Rosemary, Pine, Grapefruit, Bergmot, Lemon and Lavender.   

General Precautionary Measures!

• People suffering from high blood pressure should use the oil with the utmost care.
• Pregnant ladies and children below 18 months and lactating mothers should never use Thyme oil if the doctor has not suggested for the same.

Botanical Name
Thymus Vulgaris
Color & Odor
Yellow colour with Strong Pungent odour
F.E.M.A. #
Methods of Extraction
Steam Distillation
Thymol, p-Cymene
Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
Specific Gravity
0.9494 @ 250°C
Flash Point
140° F
Optical Rotation
Major Constituents
Thymol, p-Cymene

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