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Botanical Name: thymus vulgaris

Country of Origin: France
Method: Steam Distilled

Thyme ct. Linalol – Has a significant Monoterpenol (also called alcohols) and ester content. Gentle in its action, safe on skin and mucous membranes, and safe to use with children. The oil has a gentle, floral aroma. Nervous system tonic (balancing to the nervous system), immune stimulating, uterine tonic, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, sedative. Used for healing acne and psoriasis.

Caution:  Thyme can crystallize in temperatures below 20 celsius.  Do not refrigerate.  If crystallization occurs we recommend placing bottle in hot water bath until it returns to a liquid state.  Shake before use.

Thyme ct. linalool vs Thyme ct. thymol information:

Thyme ct. (chemotype) linalool contains significant monoterpenols and esters, making it safe on skin, mucous membrances and to use on children. Ideal for balancing the nervous system, immune stimulant, uterine tonic, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic and sedative. The oil has floral aroma.

Thyme ct. (chemotype) thymol contains significant phenols, making the oil anti-fungal, anti-infectious, and aggressive on the skin. Use in acute illness to stimulate the immune system. Ideal for colds, flu, coughs, sore throats, circulation, warming, arthritis, sciatica, and sluggish digestion. The oil has a spicy aroma. Not for use with children. Dilute well and use skin nourishing oils when using Thyme ct. thymol.

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