Originating from southern Europe, thyme is used in cooking for all types of dishes: marinades, eggs, soups, grills ... This flavoring very present in French cuisine and found in dried form all year round can also be used in the form of herbal tea or infusion. Here are all the benefits that thyme can bring you!
Thyme in herbal tea or infusion: a solution for unparalleled well-being
A plant made up of small green leaves, thyme is a significant source of antioxidants, vitamins and iron. Discover the many benefits of thyme!
Thyme for healthy skin
Do you suffer from frequent redness and pimples on your face? Use a cooled thyme tea to restore glowing skin. After removing your make-up, use a cotton pad moistened with a cooled infusion of thyme that you will pass on your face as a tonic lotion. Adopt this routine, and you will see the results after a while.
Thyme against ingrown toenails
Have you tried everything against athlete's feet or ingrown toenails? Try thyme tea for effective results. Immerse your feet in a container containing a diluted infusion of thyme and let sit for a few minutes. Repeat this as often as possible for more visible results.
Thyme against flu and colds
An important source of phenol, thyme has antiseptic and antiviral properties. Adopt thyme tea during long winter evenings. Thanks to this herbal tea, you can prevent ailments such as colds, flu, sore throat or body aches. To make your herbal tea, add two teaspoons of thyme to a cup of hot water and let it sit for about 5 minutes.
Thyme against bad breath
Tired of feeling embarrassed every time you open your mouth? Well, prepare your thyme herbal tea, strain, let cool and gargle it two to three times a day. This grandmother's tip will give you fresh and pleasant breath.