Thyme Linalool

Thyme Linalool

A typical plant of the Mediterranean scrubland, common thyme has been used since Antiquity in many rites, as well as in cooking to enhance the flavour of dishes. A chemotype of the thyme repertoire, with particularly sweet notes, this essential oil will seduce you with its scent, reminiscent of the delicate Rosewood, but with a distinct hint of character.

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With its high linalool content, this Thymus vulgaris ct linalool is clearly a serious substitute for rosewood. Without having the relative monotony of the latter: the presence of esters and the hint of thymol give it a lot of character. The yield of thyme during distillation remains low and the price is systematically affected. Very useful, this linalool thyme should be used sparingly.

Sweet thyme essential oil stimulates immunity and fights infections. It stimulates general vitality when this is compromised by a deficient immunity. In addition to its well-known applications, it is interesting to extend its use to children.

The high presence of linalool always implies a neurotonic and de-stressing action. Although in the background, the earthy character of thyme brings its vitality potential. This EO will suit wonderfully sensitive people whose action is hindered by a fragile immunity and the difficulty to manage stress. Children appreciate it: one will think of using it when the child is withdrawn on itself and has difficulty in entering in relation with the others.

This summary is given for information purposes: it is a synthesis of the properties described in recognised aromatherapy books and/or in accordance with ancestral and popular traditions. The properties* presented are taken from the book ‘Aromathérapie Corps et Ame’ by André Bitsas, published by Amyris. It is in no way a medical information or a list of indications.

Emotional impact
Expressing oneself when one is withdrawn, mute
Olfactory notes
Skin type
blemished skin
Slow cosmétique label
General tonus & Energy,  Natural defences,  Respiratory comfort,  Small winter ailments,  urinary discomforts