Thyme is a fragrant and essential herb for any spice rack or cooking pantry. Traditionally, this gorgeous green herb has also been used for medicinal and ornamental purposes in addition to preparing food. Thyme is unique in that it retains much of its flavor after it’s been dried. Our pure dried thyme is wonderful for seasoning a rack of lamb, pork roast or baked into a batch of new potatoes.
Uses for Thyme, Past and Present
Today and for much of history, thyme leaves and oil have been used for medicinal and other purposes. The ancient Greeks believed thyme inspired courage and used it to infuse baths and burned it as incense in temples. The Egyptians used thyme in their embalming rituals. Throughout Medieval times, people put the herb under their pillows to ward off nightmares. It was also often placed atop coffins during funerals to ensure a smooth passage into heaven.
Today, outside the kitchen, thyme oil works as a mouth-freshener and can combat bad breath. Whole dried thyme is still used ornamentally. Red thyme oil is used to scent soaps, shampoos and lotions.
Fresh. Would not have expected anything else.doug, Cedar Falls, IA
Very clean & freshBella, Brooklyn, NY
I simmer thyme which kills bacteria, virus, staph, strep, ecoli and a whole lot more. Clearing respiratory system and killing germs in the air and on surfaces while killing nasty things in the HVAC - the air, the filter and surfaces. I LOVE the thyme and what it does. SIMMER.. never boil. I add it to my soups, stews and roasts. Thyme is an excellent antiseptic IN the blood stream. It is very very medicinal and was used as carbolic acid before WWII. I love the smell.Elizabeth, Cheyenne, WY
I was very pleased with my orderJosephine, Columbia, SC
Thyme Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
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|Calories from Fat||17|
Store in a cool dry place for up to 1 year. Refrigeration is not needed.
Country of origin: Morocco