Wild thyme is a plant that treats all women’s diseases. It stimulates the secretion of urine and menstruation, speeds up spontaneous abortion and normal delivery. It helps with cramps in the stomach and uterus and in menstrual pains. Wild thyme is a strong antiseptic that affects the internal organs, respiratory organs, and urogenital organs. The plant gives strength that stimulates psychic and physical functions and acts in diseases such as:
- Various neuroses (baths from wild thyme are strengthening nerves and muscles).
- Against alcoholism and depression -It is especially recommended in the treatment of alcoholism, because after taking tea it leads to discomfort in the stomach, vomiting, and the person who drinks loses the will for further alcohol consumption.
- Nausea and sexual intercourse as it enhances sexual function.
- Lung diseases – asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, tuberculosis. A tea or syrup is taken from the wild thyme as it dissolves the mucus that eases coughing, as an antiseptic that calms a strong cough and prevents the spread of the infection.
- Women’s disease – stimulates and regulates menstruation, has antiseptic effects against uterine infection, works well for the treatment of all female disease.
- The wild thyme is recommended to the treatment of a migraine, dizziness, kidney, stomach, diarrhea, excessive formation of bile, angina, rheumatism, diphtheria, fever, insomnia, fainting.
Wild Thyme Oil
Wild thyme oil is used in paralysis, stroke, multiple sclerosis, muscle atrophy, rheumatism and spleen. The essential oil of wild thyme contains most of the cymol, which is toxic in large doses.
It is used for interferences in welding and for repairing circulation.
Wild thyme is natural aphrodisiac, antiseptic, antioxidant, antispasmatic, antiretic, adstrigent, antitusik, antihelmetic, digest, diuretic, diaphoretic, deodorant, emenagogue, expectant, carminative, mycotic, sedative, tonic. It is used as a spice and is known as a plant with magical power. The Egyptians used the wild thyme for washing the dead and balm.