What is Thyme?

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4 Responses

  1. Stephanie says:

    Woah! I’m actually really surprised that thyme is actually mentioned in the Bible. My grandma uses this herb and has been doing so for over the last five or six years to spice up the taste of meat when making spaghetti; it has a wonderful taste! I have also been taking some vitamins that contain this herb but right now I can’t remember exactly which one it was but I do know that I have also been taking it for quite some time as well. 

  2. Rachael says:

    Such a beauitful website with so much information to share. Thyme is one of my favorite herb… I was pleased to learn about adding 1 or 2 drops of thyme essential oil with some coconut oil for scalp relief and hair growth. 
    I have not tried Thyme for bloating or constipation, however I will be purchasing some to try. Thank you for the great advice!


  3. Paul says:

    Great post, with tons of interesting information on thyme. I read of its use in Biblical times and your post has directed me to reread these chapters in Luke. 

    Thanks for bringing thyme to center stage. It is a champion player in my kitchen. I am intrigued with its use as a healing product, and for its aromatic qualities. I was unaware of its use as a show of respect among warriors, and its use as a gift to these warriors as well. 

    It’s no surprise that thyme has such a popular status, given its role on our plates and the fact that it is easy to grow in any home garden. 

    Your post has inspired me to make better use of my “thyme” in the kitchen.


    • Wholeearthgoodness says:

      Hey Paul, I am thrilled that it’s a champion player in your kitchen! Thyme is a great herb to have in the kitchen and in the home in general, with its multi purpose uses and it truly does go a long way when used correctly. Always seek professional advice in terms of doses and amounts to take:)

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