I have been doing some research for my own hands as I have found them to be very achy recently with all the moving and packing a nd quite inflamed.
I was cooking my stew on Friday and decided to put in a generous amount of thyme into my stew, normally I use other herbs but this time I felt compelled to use Thyme. I was very surprised that on eating my stew I found that my hands and fingers were no longer in pain or swollen. I can only say that from my own experience the Thyme worked for me in a rather great way and unexpected. It was only after ingesting the stew I realised what had happened. The information I was reading on Saturday regarding the benefits of different oils and blends was really an eye opener. Using the herb was so wonderful it has inspired me to grow more frsh herbs in my small garden. If the herbs can have such a positive effect the oils too will be highly beneficial. I shall be buying a range of herb oils this month, I have already got a selection I am doing research on as pain relief for myself and my family.
Steam distilled from the Thyme plant, this oil has a warm and slightly spicy scent. Thyme is a popular Mediterranean herb adding aromatic flavour to any dish. Refreshing and cleansing, simply add a drop into body wash for a nourishing and opulent treat. Or relax and unwind, diluting with a carrier oil for a blissful massage. Blends well with Clary Sage, Cypress or Grapefruit.
How To Use
- Inhale: Gently breathe in this inviting scent.
- Beauty: Add a few drops to body wash for spicy and warm aroma.
- Bathing: Add 6-8 drops into a hot bath for an opulent treat.
- Massage: Add a few drops into 10 ml of Young Living V-6® Enhanced Vegetable Oil Complex, massaging into tired areas.
- Perfume: Blends well with Clary Sage, Cypress or Grapefruit.
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)* leaf oil.
May contain: Citral**, Limonene**, Linalool**.
*100% pure essential oil.
**Natural constituents of essential oils.