Thyme Sweet White Essential Oil – Starwest Botanicals

Thymus vulgaris


Sweet White Thyme Oil is known for its intensely fresh, spicy, herbaceous scent that has been used historically as a boost to the body’s nervous system; hence its reputation for boosting courage. It has also been used in hydrotherapy and with carrier agents for its antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, immune system stimulating, antispasmodic, dermatological properties to help mitigate winter colds, respiratory infections, spasmodic coughs, otitis or when the immune system is weakened.
Sourced from Hungary
Scent Characteristics: Fresh, warm, herbaceous, and slightly sweet scent.

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Additional information

Weight 0.71 lbs
Dimensions 2.75 × 1 × 1 in
Common Names

Thymus vulgaris


.3 oz.

Country of Origin




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