More About Our Thyme Essential Oil Linalol Chemotype
Size: 5 ml violet glass bottle
Distillation: Steam distilled from non-sprayed leaves and aerial parts
Botanical Name: Thymus vulgaris, ct-linalol
Homeopathic Properties of Thyme Essential Oil Linalol Chemotype
- Anti-infectious–effective against staph, strep, meningitis, candida
- Depurient–stomach and intestinal
- Stimulant–immune system, circulatory system
Internal–oral, inhalation, suppository
External––topical application, massage, local or spinal compress, application to energy centers and meridian points
Observations and Anecdotal Information
This special chemotype of thymus vulgaris contains linalol, the sweet floral note contained in lavender. Because of the high linalol content, thyme essential oil linalol chemotype is softer and gentler on the skin without losing its powerful anti-bacterial and anti-infectious properties.
It is a bronchodilator, opening the breathing passages and clearing congestion and respiratory inflammation.
It is one of the most powerful antibacterial oils, and has been listed as a potential remedy for everything from strep and staph infections to candida, anthrax, parasites, and bird flu.
This oil can be taken internally to support recovery from all types of infectious dis-eases and conditions.
- Generally recognized as safe at normal dosage.
- Avoid essential oil contact with eyes. Some people find it to be irritating when diffused. If this happens, try diluting it with other, softer oils such as combava petitgrain, rosemary, or lavender.
- Do not use with infants and small children, unless directed by a health care professional.
- Do not use during pregnancy or lactation.
- Store safely out of the reach of children.
- All internal uses should be researched and/or supported by a health care professional. Product quality and dosage are critically important when using essential oils internally.
None of our products are recognized or approved by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. This information is anecdotal, and is provided for educational purposes only. It is not meant to be taken as medical advice. See a health care professional for medical advice.