Thyme (Thymus vulgaris L.) is a perennial, herbaceous shrub 10-40 cm tall, woody only in the lower parts. The leaves are on short petioles or sessile, oval or lineal. The flowers are pale purple, double-lipped.
It has been known for its healing properties since ancient times and its power against infectious diseases was known in all nations. Thyme symbolizes strength and courage, and in the Middle Ages knights received wreaths of thyme as a reward for bravery.
There are different chemotypes of thyme with different properties. Chemotype thymol and carvacrol are strong microbicides, and are used in the treatment of infectious diseases and in cases of weakened immunity and fatigue. Chemotype linalool has a microbicidal effect and is active against fungi. Chemotype geraniol works very effectively against pathogenic fungi, and is used for fungal and bacterial skin infections. The hydrolate of this chemotype is used in the form of poultices to treat various skin infections.
Price in EUR:
Styrofoam container with 60 holes: 0.50
Styrofoam container with 160 holes: 0.15
Price in HRK:
Styrofoam container with 60 holes: 3.77
Styrofoam container with 160 holes: 1.13