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Thyme Essential Oil

Thyme Essential Oil

Regular price $11.99 USD
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  • Cruelty Safe
  • 100% Pure
  • GC/MS Tested

How to Apply

1.Body Butter

Total Time: 5 minutes

2 ounces shea butter or coconut oil; 3-6 drops oil; Small container or jar to mix the ingredients

In a double boiler, melt the shea butter until it’s liquid. Make sure the oil is not so hot that it will burn you, then add the other oils and stir together to combine. Having the shea butter be room temperature or a little warmer is best. You can either smear it on your scar right away, or if you’d like to make it into a shelf-stable cream texture, place the mixture in the fridge until it’s cool for a few minutes, then use a hand mixer on high speed to whip the oils into a white cream. Pour into a glass jar or containers, and keep it at room temperature to use whenever you want.

2.Facial Cream or Body Rub

Total Time: 5 minutes

This all-natural night cream is great to help you fall asleep. It also doubles as a skin health-booster if you apply it to your face and may be able to help clear up blemishes or breakouts.

5 drops essential oil; 5 drops lavender essential oil; 1/4 tablespoon organic coconut oil; 1/2 teaspoon olive oil Small container or jar to mix the ingredients


Use coconut oil that’s not solid but rather soft. If need be, heat it first in a double broiler. Add the other oils and stir together to combine. Spread over your face and body. You may want to pat yourself off after to not allow the oil to seep into your bed sheets. You can also store this to use at another time.

3.Stress-Relieving Bath Soak:

Simply add a few drops of essential oil to a hot bath. You can also add it to an oil diffuser or vaporizer to help fight anxiety and for experiencing relaxation in your home all the time. Some people believe that the fragrance of natural essential oil can increase your intuition and spiritual connection.

4.Topical: Apply 2–4 drops directly to desired area. Dilution not required, except for the most sensitive skin. Use as needed. 

5.Aromatic: Diffuse up to 1 hour 3 times daily

Thyme essential oil is derived from the leaves and flowering tops of the thyme plant (Thymus vulgaris) through a steam distillation process. It is known for its strong, herbaceous aroma and is widely used in aromatherapy, natural remedies, and even culinary applications. Thyme essential oil contains various compounds that contribute to its therapeutic properties.

Therapeutic Uses of Thyme Essential Oil:

  1. Antimicrobial: Thyme essential oil is valued for its potent antimicrobial properties. It contains compounds like thymol and carvacrol, which have been studied for their ability to fight bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Thyme oil can be used in diffusers to purify the air or diluted for topical use.

  2. Respiratory Health: The oil's aromatic compounds make it a popular choice for supporting respiratory health. Inhaling thyme oil vapor may help ease congestion and promote clear breathing.

  3. Immune Support: Due to its antimicrobial properties, thyme essential oil can be used to support the immune system during times of seasonal threats or illness. Diluted thyme oil can be applied to the chest or feet.

  4. Aromatherapy: The invigorating and herbaceous scent of thyme essential oil makes it a common choice in aromatherapy. It is often used in diffusers to promote focus, mental clarity, and alertness.

  5. Topical Application: Thyme oil can be diluted with a carrier oil and applied topically to help address skin issues like acne, minor cuts, and scrapes. It's important to use proper dilution to avoid skin irritation.

  6. Muscle Relaxation: When diluted and used in massage blends, thyme oil can help relax tense muscles and soothe discomfort.

  7. Digestive Support: Some individuals use thyme oil to support digestion. It can be diluted and gently massaged onto the abdomen or added to a carrier oil and applied as a compress.

Cautions and Considerations:

  • Dilution: Thyme essential oil is potent, so it should be diluted before applying to the skin. A common dilution ratio is 1-2 drops of thyme oil per teaspoon (5 mL) of carrier oil.

  • Skin Sensitivity: Some people may be sensitive to thyme oil, and skin patch testing is recommended before widespread use.

  • Pregnancy and Children: Thyme oil should be avoided during pregnancy and used with caution around young children due to its potent constituents.

  • Quality: Choose a high-quality, pure, and therapeutic-grade essential oil to ensure safety and effectiveness.

  • Medical Conditions: If you have any underlying medical conditions, it's a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional before using thyme oil, especially if you're taking medications.

Thyme essential oil offers a range of potential benefits, but it's essential to use it responsibly and according to best practices. Always research thoroughly and consider consulting a qualified aromatherapist or healthcare provider before incorporating thyme essential oil into your wellness routine.

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What is the best essential oil for fighting infection?  

Tea tree, frankincense, and lemongrass are among the best essential oils for fighting infection. These essential oils are a rich source of natural antiviral and antibacterial plant compounds, which help prevent the spread of germs and may help the body fight off infections. Other great essential oils for fighting infection include oregano, orange, mandarin, rosemary, nutmeg, ginger root, clove bud, cinnamon bark, and eucalyptus essential oils.

Can kids use Essential Oil?  

We do not recommend our Immune Strength Essential Oil Blend for kids younger than age 10.

Can I use an essential oil on skin?  

Sure. But we recommend diluting Essential Oil with a carrier oil, such as jojoba or almond oil, prior to topical use. 1 drop of essential oil with 5-10 drops of carrier oil.

Is it safe to use around pets?

Yes, it is. You can still cudle with your pets when applying our natural essential oil. 

Will I need more than one bottle of your formula?

This depends on your needs. It is important that you do not run out of formula and keep applying. The bottle is sufficient for over 100 applications, and one drop of formula is enough for a relatively large area. Should you be applying to a very large area you may need more formula.

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