The hydrosol or floral water of vulgar thyme ct thujanol organic.
Since the beginning of the year, I had a stubborn sinus infection that made me snore very unpleasantly at night.
I already knew all about the essential oil of common thyme thujanol chemotype. A very valuable but hard to find organic oil. Indeed, the organic production of this chemical thyme variety is delicate.
A friend of mine gave me a bottle of this thyme hydrosol for me to test. I decided to take a tablespoon every morning with a little lemon juice for two weeks.
Miraculous!! No more snoring or sinus infections! My immune system had been strengthened. Obviously I fell under the spell of this hydrosol.
Let’s explore its botanical and chemical beauty:
- Latin name :Thymus vulgaris
- Part used: Flowering tops
- Process: Steam distillation
- Chémotype :trans thuyan-4-ol (thujanol)
- Primary constituants :trans thuyan-4-ol, sabinene, cis thuyan-4-ol, 4-terpineol, γ-terpinene.
There are six differents thyme chemotypes: geraniol, α-terpineol, thujanol, linalool, carvacrol and thymol.
It is Passet, Granger and Vernet (1971- 1986), who has discovered the chemical polymorphism of Thymus vulgaris.
The sweetest thyme is linalool and thujanol thyme
Therapeutic properties of thyme hydrosol thujanol:
- Bactericidal, virucidal
- skin disinfectant.
- Regenerating liver
- Balance and restores energy circulation.
Internally: At the beginning of winter, to strengthen your immune system, take every day 1 tablespoon of pure or diluted floral water for 15 days, repeat if necessary.
You can also use it as a gargle or spray in the back of the mouth for mouth ulcers or sore throat. It will help support the immunity level of the throat.
In external use: Apply it on skin problems areas like a cleansing lotion.
Take good care,