The thyme seems to live entirely on sunlight. It doesn't need much water, nor does it have much space to store it in its small lenticular leaves. At the lower end of its shoots it tends to lignify quickly. As an antipole, delicate flowers throne at the other end of the stem, which are touched by a light violet.
Its main effect is based on its essential oil concentration, whose chemical composition (chemotype) can vary depending on the growing location. Therefore, the effect of the oil also varies according to the chemotype. All chemotypes have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties in common.

Skin: On the skin it shows its anti-inflammatory, balancing potential.

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