How To Harvest Thyme ?  

Thyme is known for its numerous medicinal properties. It can be used as an antiseptic, fungicide and insecticide. It is also popularly used for seasoning a variety of cuisines and dishes like soups, meats, poultry, vegetables, fillings stews, etc. It imparts a bittersweet taste and a unique flavor to any recipe making it very popular among the masses.More...

Harvesting Thyme Flowers

Harvesting Thyme Flowers

Thyme is native herb of Asia and Europe. There are 400 different species of thyme found in the wild. It is widely exploited for its medicinal properties. In many cultures, it is also used as a spice. Thyme has small pinkish, magenta or white colored flowers. The leaves exhibit yellow, green and gray colorations.More...

 

 

History Of The Herb Thyme

History Of The Herb Thyme

Thyme is one of the most ancient herbs used by humans for its medicinal properties. The first usage of these plants dates 5,000 years back when Sumerians extensively cultivated thyme for its antiseptic and anti fungal properties.

The word thyme finds it origin in Greek. It was derived from the Greek word thymos, which means courage or spiritedness. Greeks used these plants in temples. They also consumed thyme tea and cultivated these herbs for preserving their beehives. More...

 

 

Homemade Thyme Oil

Homemade Thyme Oil

Thyme is a shrub grown the world over for its medicinal and culinary properties. Dried thyme flowers, leaves and buds are extensively used in numerous cuisines for seasoning purposes. They add a unique flavor to each recipe and are savored by many.

Thyme oil has been used for cooking numerous recipes for centuries now. It is easy to prepare, does not cost much and at the same time gives out a natural fresh aroma to the meal, making it smell and taste yummy.More...

 

 

How To Grow Thyme Indoors ?

How To Grow Thyme Indoors ?

Thyme is very popular for its medicinal properties. It is also used in various cuisines as a seasoning agent. It acts as an insecticide and is used for warding off insects. You can use thyme for seasonings soups, fillings, meat, poultry, vegetables, etc. You can also prepare thyme oil at home and use it for cooking purposes. The entire plant is very aromatic and can impart a lovely aroma to the surroundings.More...

Medicinal Herbs :
•Aloe Vera •Arnica •Artichoke •Asparagus
•Barberry • Basil •Bean •Bindweed
•Buckwheat •Castor Oil •Chamomile • Cider
•Clover •Dandelion •Fennel •Fern
•Garlic •Gentian •Ginseng •Horseradish
•Hot Pepper •Iris •Lavender •Marjoram
•Milk Thistle •Mistletoe •Mullein •Mustard
•Nettle •Onion •Peach •Pumpin
•Rosemary •Sea Buckthorn •Soy •Thyme
•Wheat •Wormwood    

 

 

 

    
 

What Does Thyme Look Like ?

What Does Thyme Look Like ?

Thyme belongs to the mint family. It is botanical name is thymus vulagris. The word “thyme” is derived from the Greek word “thymon”, which was used like incense during sacrifices. It is an indigenous plant of the Mediterranean. The Romans introduced these plants to Britain. It is grown the world over these days. More...

 


 

 

 
   
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