Aroma:The gentlest of all Thyme oils. Spicy, warm, herbaceous. Powerful and penetrating, medicinal, green.
Latin Name:Thymus vulgaris L. ct. linalol
Country of Origin:France
Cultivation Method:Conventionally Grown
Extraction Method:Steam Distilled
Extracted From:Whole plant
Color:Clear to pale yellow
Aromatherapy Properties:Gives courage, uplifting, reviving. Non-irritating Thyme Oil, and the mildest of them all, yet very effective within a wide range of applications.
Suggested Use:Add 3 drops of Thyme Linalol or 9 drops of Aromaland's Theraclear Blend (which contains Thyme) to 1oz. of unscented massage oil or lotion to massage sore, aching muscles.
Thyme Linalol is the recommended choice for cooking and can be added to dishes that you would otherwise prepare with the dried herb, such as salads, sauces and savory dishes. Simply dilute with Canola, Olive or Grapeseed Oil at a concentration of 5% (45 drops per 1oz. of Carrier Oil).
History:There are many different chemotypes of Thymus vulgaris. Influenced by its surroundings, this plant will produce very different oils depending on climate, soil condition and altitude.
Specific Safety Information:Non-toxic, non-irritant in small doses. Avoid if you are pregnant or have high blood pressure. GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) approved by the FDA as food flavor.