Thyme- AroMeds Thymus vulgaris ct linalool is organically grown and the partially dried leaves and flowering tops are steam distilled in France. It is a member of the lamiaceae plant family, and has herbaceous, strong yet mildly sweet aroma. The linalool chemotype is the most gentle of the thymes.
Blends well with- clary sage, balsam fir, cypress, frankincense, ginger, lavender, geranium, grapefruit, lemon, orange, mandarin, palmarosa, rosemary ct verbonone
Notes of interest- Thyme's name originate from the Greek word thyman, meaning 'to fumigate'.
Modes of Application- massage, compress, bath, salve, direct inhalation, diffuser, steam inhalation
Safety data- Skin sensitization is possible if using old and/or oxidized oils. Essential Oils are typically used via inhalation and/or topical application while properly diluted. Do not take internally unless working with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner to address a specific health need, for a specified period of time. Keep away from children and pets.
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