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Thyme, herb, R43, Supports the health of the upper respiratory tract, bulk tea

  • it has antibacterial activity;
  • contributes to the natural defense of the body;
  • supports the health of the upper respiratory tract;
  • helps in case of irritation of the throat and pharynx;
  • facilitates expectoration;
  • supports digestion.
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  • Description
  • Ingredients
  • Administration Mode

It has antibacterial activity.

Supports the health of the upper respiratory tract.

The ancient Greeks called this herb "thymos" meaning “courage” or “strength”. Since ancient times, thyme
 has been used in the Mediterranean area as a spice, and in the early Middle Ages, Benedictine monks brought it to 
Central Europe and England, where it began its vocation as a medicinal herb.

"This herb is a pleasant, stimulating and relaxing diffusive aromatic, with a carminative and light emmenagogue 
effect. It can be used in colds, amenorrhea and painful menstrual periods, colic and flatulence.” W. Cook, 
The Physiomedical Dispensatory, 1869.

Product type: Food supplement

Net weight: 50 g

Storage: Store in a dry place, at room temperature


Thyme (Thymus vulgaris L., fam. Labiatae).

Administration Mode


Drink 2 – 3 cups of tea per day.

Do not administer continuously for more than 3 months. If you still need this tea, you can resume the administration after a one-month break.

PreparationPour 200 ml of boiling water over one teaspoon of herb and leave it covered for 10-15 minutes, then filter it.

WarningsNot recommended in case of hypersensitivity to this herb.

No known contraindications at the recommended doses.

Not recommended for pregnant women.

Breastfeeding mothers can consume this tea.


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