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Thyme’s medicinal values seem to be endless. It’s antibacterial, antiviral, strongly antifungal, antispasmodic, antimicrobial and antibiotic. Thyme is also incredibly aromatic, astringent, carminative and diaphoretic. An expectorant, a decongestant and a tonic. Native to Europe. Common medicinal uses include: aids in killing and expelling ringworm, fights infections, growths and fungal allergies, clears sinuses, kidneys and urinary tract.
Thyme is a house blessing herb and is used as incense to encourage health. It brings vitality and strength to one who carries it while walking. A classic for healing spells, it is placed near the bed to ward off nightmares. Wear the herb to enhance psychic powers.
Thyme was used by the Greeks to purify their temples. It is burned to purify a ritual space and used in the ritual bath to wash away the sorrows of the past. It is sacred to Venus.
Once again, we must look to the uses of basil and thyme to gain a sense of how the ancient Druids may have used wild basil for magical purposes. According to one source, the plant was used by Druids as a ritual offering to the gods.
Funeral Rites – Thyme is burned in incense to purify an area. It is worn or added to the ritual cup to aid in communing with the deceased. (It also helps one to see Otherworldly entities such as fairies.) A place where wild thyme grows will be a particularly powerful energy center on the Earth.
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Important Note: Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.