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Health Benefits Thyme Tea Health Benefits Thyme Tea

 

Hello, Dear Reader. Welcome back to our 5th post in our series from this link. Now I don’t think I will do all 15 of the teas this link lists but I will try at least 9 of them, enjoy this one and check out the other post on the link above.

What is Thyme? 

I know some of my friends that read this are thinking. “Wait, You can make thyme into tea?” My answer is, YES! You can make this into a cup of tea, and it’s good for you too.

Thyme is an herb from the mint family that you probably recognize from your spice set. But it’s so much more than an after-thought ingredient.

Its range of use is impressive, and it has over 400 subspecies. Ancient Egyptians used it in their embalming practices, while ancient Greeks used it as incense.

Thanks to its distinctive taste, thyme has remained a culinary staple to this day. But thyme is also fast gaining a reputation for its medicinal qualities, such as its ability to help treat acne and high blood pressure.

It’s about thyme!

If you’re tired of buying and trying over-the-counter acne medication with no good results, you may be in luck. Thyme is known for its antibacterial properties and it might have a future as an acne-fighting ingredient.

When thyme is steeped in alcohol for days or weeks, it turns into a solution known as a tincture. Researchers in the U.K. have tested the effects of thyme tinctures on acne.

In the one study done on thyme tincture, the findings were impressive. This natural herb preparation fought pimples better than antiacne products, which included benzoyl peroxide. Time will tell if this remedy is an effective acne treatment. and this is why I would use Health benefits thyme tea any time of the day.

Thyme to lower blood pressure

Thymus linearis Benth. is a species of thyme found in Pakistan and Afghanistan.  found that an extract was able to significantly reduce heart rate in rats with high blood pressure, and it was also able to lower their cholesterol.

One sure way to use thyme to help lower your heart rate is to substitute it for salt in your foods.

Thyme to stop coughing

Thyme essential oil, which is obtained from its leaves, is often used as a natural cough remedy.

a combination of thyme and ivy leaves helped to alleviate coughing and other symptoms of acute bronchitis.

Next time you’re faced with a cough or sore throat, try drinking some thyme tea.

And that is why this post. Health benefits thyme tea is great for you!

There is an adage in herbal circles that if you really need a plant, it will present itself. I’ve found this to be very true over the years.

The tremendous potential health benefits thyme tea for a cold instead of the typical go-to herbs like elderberry, ginger, and sage.

Encouraging Better Health With Thyme

Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is more than just a seasoning for turkey and has an exceptionally long history of use. Even the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians burned the herb in places of importance such as temples because the oils in the smoke had antimicrobial or purifying qualities.

Thyme is also known to work well for congestion and chest colds because of its expectorant properties. It helps break up mucus and has even been used to assist with conditions such as bronchitis and other respiratory-related illnesses.

As earlier civilizations knew, the herb has antiseptic qualities. It has antiviral and antibacterial properties that are just the ticket when you’re dealing with general cold or flu symptoms.

Given that thyme is a great source of vitamins C and A, it’s a perfect fit for trying to preempt a cold or to help battle a full-blown attack. this makes it perfect for this post. Health benefits thyme tea

Here’s a quick and simple thyme tea recipe.


Thyme Tea Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 cup water
  • 2-3 teaspoons organic fresh or dried thyme
  • organic lemon
  • raw honey

Instructions

  1. Heat your kettle to a boil and add water and thyme in a mug.
  2. Cover so volatile oils don’t escape. Steep for 10 to 15 minutes.
  3. Add freshly squeezed lemon and raw honey to taste. Enjoy better health!

And that’s it! did you love reading about Health benefits thyme tea? If so stay around for some links to go too.

So I have 2 links to go on to now, or later.

This first one is a site that I love to go on while I am sipping on my cup of a freshly brewed cup of tea, click here for the link.

And the second link is to a site that is filled with baking recipes. Yes, you can have something with this tea. I mean who wouldn’t want something to snack on while enjoying your cup of tea? (lol) So this site is called Vegan Globetrotter, and it’s filled with meals that are not only healthy for you (Like this tea) But it’s made into vegan meals! Being part vegan, this site is my Go-to for something to make for dinner. And it’s owned by my mom who also is the owner of the writing site that is linked above. Go here for the link.

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