Thyme (thymol) Essential Oil

also known as Red Thyme, this oil has wonderful medicinal properties and is one of the best oils for supporting immunity and good health.



Botanical Name:        Thymus vulgaris

Country of Origin:          USA

Extraction Method:        Steam Distilled

Plant Part:                  Aerial parts

Strength of Aroma:    Medium


Blends Well With:      

Pink Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Sweet Marjoram, Oregano, Pine, Rosemary and Vetiver.


Aromatic Scent:

Thyme Thymol essential oil has a powerful, sharp, warm-herbaceous scent.


Categories:  Immunity,  Antiseptic, Antifungal, Antiviral,  Skin & hair,  Cleaning, 



Thyme Thymol is one of the very best essential oils for supporting the immune system and for tonifying the circulation.

Thyme oil can also be useful in support of a clear respiratory tract; diffuse a drop or two during times of seasonal illness.

Like many of the herb and spice oils, thyme can be beneficial for occasional digestive upset. During an instance of tummy upset, well-diluted thyme (one drop in one teaspoon of carrier) can be rubbed in a gentle clockwise motion on the abdomen.

During times of seasonal illness, thyme can be placed in the diffuser (no more than 3 drops) along with rosalina, spruce, or fir needle to help ease congestion and promote better air quality.

It can be used to help resolve skin problems that may be acquired during a hospital stay and if you have been hospitalized, once you are home and have been cleared to shower, consider adding 9 drops per each ounce of liquid body wash to help your skin feel free of “hospital smell”.

Cautions:  Possible skin irritant. We recommend a maximum dilution of 1.3% for topical applications.

Ingestion: The International Federation of Aromatherapists does not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy. 

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