HIGH ALTITUDE NATURALS™ Thyme essential oil is therapeutic grade, 100% pure and potent, steam distilled from the of fresh flowers and leaves of Thymus Vulgaris plant. Thyme oil has a number of benefits that make it useful for aromatherapy and skin care. Thyme oil is well-known for its antiseptic properties and is useful against a variety of bacterial infections. Thyme oil is used in herbal heomeopathic preparations.The warming effects of this oil can aid blood circulation, thus improving oxygen and nutrient delivery to the body.Thyme oil is also known to strengthen the nervous system, aid concentration, act as a memory booster and anti-depressant. It can be helpful in cases of eczema, athlete’s foot, dermatitis, insect and animal bites and other infections. Thyme is effective in fighting the bacteria that causes skin acne. Thyme oil is often incorporated as an ingredient in acne creams and face washes. Thyme helps in maintaining skin health by eliminating the bacteria that is responsible for causing various skin problems. Thyme oil can be diluted with water and used as a toner to tighten mature skin. It is gentle on skin and can be used for all skin types. Thyme oil encourages hair growth as well as combats various hair problems. Delivery of nutrients to the hair follicles is vital for hair growth. Thyme improves blood circulation to the scalp. Rubbing an oil mixture with thyme in it or thyme essential oil benefits in facilitating the delivery of nutrients to the scalp and encourages hair growth besides making it healthier and shinier. In cases of hair thinning or hair loss, thyme essential oil is a great remedy. Usage of thyme oil for hair either by itself or with other ingredients can make hair thick and lustrous as well as combat hair loss and dandruff. Thyme oil is often used as an ingredient in shampoos, conditioners and scalp treatments. Can be used to keep off bad breath and body odor. As a cicatrisant, Thyme oil may help with the removal of acne scars and other skin marks and stretchmarks.
The chief constituents of its essential oil are Alpha Thujone, Alpha Pinene, Camphene, Beta Pinene, Para Cymene, Alpha Terpinene, Linalool, Borneol, Beta Caryophyllene, Thymol and Carvacrol.
Blending: The Essential Oil of Thyme blends well with essential oils of Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lemon, Lavender, Rosemary and Pine.
Few Words of Caution: This oil should be avoided in pregnancy.