Thyme Essential Oil


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Distilled from the leaves & flowers of the thyme plant (Thymus vulgaris), our certified organic thyme essential oil is a versatile and potent oil with a variety of healing benefits. Its natural antimicrobial & anti-inflammatory properties make it a popular choice for fighting infections and promoting overall health.

Thyme essential oil can also help alleviate respiratory issues, such as coughs and congestion, and promote healthy digestion. Its spicy, energizing scent can also help improve focus and concentration.

Our thyme essential oil is Organically-Certified in Australia, ensuring the highest quality and potency. Add a few drops to your diffuser, bath, or massage oil for a rejuvenating and healing experience.

Key Benefits

  • Infections – Disinfects cuts & reduces inflammations around wounds and insect bites.
  • Skin – Treats acne and other skin inflammation.
  • Respiratory – Alleviates coughs, congestion, and other respiratory issues.
  • Digestion – Relieves intestinal cramping, reduces bloating, and promotes healthy digestion.
  • Focus – Increases focus, improves memory, and prevents cognitive decline.

How to Use

  • Bottle – Place your nose directly over the bottle and take 1-2 deep breaths through your nose to inhale the invigorating aroma.
  • Diffuser – Fill your diffuser with water and add 3-5 drops of thyme oil for traditional aromatherapy.
  • Evaporation – Add 3-4 drops to a cotton ball or tissue and allow the scent to evaporate naturally around you.
  • Steam – Add 2-3 drops to a steaming pot of water, then place your face over the bowl and cover your head with a towel. Breathe deeply through your nose for 2 minutes, rest for 2 minutes, then repeat.
  • Topical – Mix 1-2 drops of thyme oil per teaspoon of carrier oil, then massage gently into your skin or scalp.

Pairs with: lavender, lemon, rosemary, and tea tree

Precautions: Always patch test on a small area of skin before applying to a larger area of skin or scalp. Thyme essential oil is not recommended for use during pregnancy, and excessive use may cause skin irritation. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. We do not recommend taking essential oils internally.

Garden Use:

Thyme Essential Oil is a gardener’s ally. It acts as a natural pesticide, deterring pests like beetles and whiteflies without the use of harmful chemicals. Simply mix a few drops with water and spray on plants to maintain a healthy, organic garden. Additionally, its strong scent is known to promote the growth of other plants by enhancing soil health through microbial activity.

Medicinal Use:

Historically, Thyme Essential Oil has been used for its antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It is effective in treating respiratory infections, coughs, and bronchitis. A study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food highlights its role in alleviating coughs and reducing symptoms of acute bronchitis. Moreover, its anti-inflammatory properties make it an excellent choice for soothing skin conditions and muscle pain.

Traditional Uses:

Traditionally, Thyme Essential Oil has been a staple in both aromatherapy and home remedies. It was used by ancient civilizations for its purifying effects, often in incense for sacred spaces. Thyme’s ability to uplift mood and boost immunity has also been revered through the ages, making it a timeless choice for holistic wellness.

Culinary Use:

In the kitchen, Thyme Essential Oil can transform any dish with its robust flavor. It pairs wonderfully with meats, soups, and stews, offering a depth of flavor that dried herbs cannot match. A drop or two is sufficient to infuse your dishes with the distinctive taste of fresh thyme, making it an invaluable tool for any culinary enthusiast.

Other Uses:

Thyme Essential Oil is also used in natural cleaning products due to its antimicrobial properties. Adding it to homemade cleaners can help keep your home free from bacteria and viruses, all while leaving a fresh, clean scent. Its stress-relieving properties make it a popular choice in diffusers, promoting a calming environment at home or work.

For preppers and those interested in survival scenarios, Thyme Essential Oil is invaluable. Its medicinal properties can serve as a natural first aid remedy, treating cuts, bruises, and infections without the need for medical facilities. Its ability to purify air and improve respiratory health is crucial in situations where access to medical services is limited. Additionally, its use as a natural pesticide ensures the possibility of sustaining an organic garden, crucial for long-term survival scenarios.

Interesting Facts and Gardening Tips:

  • Thyme is a perennial herb, meaning it can grow back year after year, making it a sustainable choice for home gardens.
  • Planting thyme near tomatoes can enhance the flavor of the tomatoes, a delightful bonus for gardeners and cooks alike.


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