PHYTOSUN AROMS ESSENTIAL OIL Thyme thujanol Thymus vulgaris CT thujanol 5 ml HEBBD
Thyme thujanol essential oil is known for its powerful anti-infective action with a broad spectrum of action and stimulating the immune system.
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PHYTOSUN AROMS ESSENTIAL OIL Thyme thujanol Thymus vulgaris CT thujanol (ct4) 5 ml
Botanical name: Thymus vulgaris CT thujanol
Producing organ: Flowered aerial parts
Biochemical specificities: trans thuyan-4-ol, sabinene, cis thuyan-4-ol, 4-terpineol, Y-terpinene
Obtaining process: Complete distillation by steam distillation
Quality: 100% pure, natural and integral, HEBBD certified
Properties of thujanol thyme essential oil
The essential oil of thyme with savory leaves is used to fight against general exhaustion . It is very effective in the prevention and treatment of winter ailments .
- Anti-infectious, antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal
- Immune stimulant
- Stimulating and regenerating hepatic
- Blood activator, circulatory, warming
- Neurotonic, balancing, harmonizing nervous
Traditional use of thujanol thyme essential oil
Thujanol thyme is used in the following therapeutic indications:
- Respiratory and ENT infections: nasopharyngitis, tonsillitis, bronchitis, sinusitis, otitis, rhinitis, flu
- Oral infections: mouth ulcers, herpes, gingivitis, stomatitis, tonsillitis
- Gynecological infections: endometritis, cervicitis, salpingitis, condyloma venereum, herpes
- Urinary tract infections: cystitis, vulvitis, vaginitis, urethritis, prostatitis
- Hepatic insufficiencies: viral hepatitis, cirrhosis ...
- Dermatological conditions: mycoses, dermatitis, wounds ...
- Arthritis, tendonitis, osteoarthritis, neuromuscular disorders
- Nervous disorders: nervous asthenia (fatigue), depression, nervous disorders
- Cold extremities (fingers, feet ...)
Dosage of thyme thujanol essential oil
Oral route: **** Through the skin: **** Distribution: not recommended
Internal use : 3 times daily, 2 drops of thujanol thyme essential oil mixed with honey, olive oil or placed on a sugar or directly under the tongue.
This thujanol thyme essential oil can be applied to the mucous membranes (does not contain phenols).
External use : Mix 3 drops of Thyme thujanol essential oil with 4 drops of hazelnut vegetable oil and apply 2 times a day to the solar plexus in massage.
or 2 drops of pure Thyme thujanol HECT 3 times a day on the area to be treated until marked improvement.
In case of temporary unavailability, consider Origanum majorana .
Notes on the availability of thuyanol thyme essential oil
Thujanol thyme is a plant whose annual production is too low to meet demand.
Thuyanol marjoram essential oil, as its name suggests, has a chemical composition very similar to that of thujanol thyme essential oil. Indeed, it both contains a large proportion of a sesquiterpenol known for its powerful anti-infectious action: thuyanol .
The essential oil of shell marjoram / thujanol can therefore replace that of thuyanol thyme easily, in aromatherapy formulas treating the ENT or muscular sphere.
Directions for use / precautions for use with thujanol thyme essential oil
- This product cannot replace a balanced diet
- Do not exceed the recommended dose
- Unless the doctor or pharmacist advises, do not use during pregnancy and breastfeeding and in children under 3 years old
- Keep away from any source of heat and light
- Skin irritation (dermocaustic) possible in the pure state
Learn more about thujanol thyme essential oil
It is a small, bushy woody tree, reaching 40 cm in height. It has small curved leaves, with dark green edges, which are covered with hairs and trichomes.
Thyme is an aromatic plant which perfectly illustrates the interest of the classification of essential oils by chemotype, since depending on its place of growth, the climate, and many other factors, thyme produces essential oils with properties. different.
The chemical polymorphism of Thymus vulgaris was initiated by Granger et al. in 1963. Between 1971 and 1986, Passet, Granger and Vernet et al. identify six thyme chemotypes; these are geraniol, α-terpineol, thuyanol, linalool, carvacrol and thymol.
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