Health Benefits of Thymbra Spicata or Spiked Thyme

Spiked Thyme is a small plant that grows in the Middle East and also in the US and it has lots of great health benefits and tastes a bit like savory.

Spiked Thyme is a good antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory agent which makes it great for GI tract infections… and it also works well for lack of energy, edema, coughs, oral infections, and even heart problems. And in Canada at the Langone Health Center Spiked Thyme is used as a very effective expectorant and also a powerful strengthening agent for the lungs.

At the University of Michigan it was found that Spiked Thyme works well for cramps and gas and also for indigestion and bloating.

And studies show that Spiked Thyme can prevent gene toxicity… thus helping with heavy metal poisoning. Plus new studies show that Spiked Thyme than lower cholesterol and help prevent diseases associated with free radicals… because of Spiked Thyme’s high antioxidant content. Thus Spiked Thyme is a good cholesterol lowering agent… and plays a powerful role in slowing the aging process.

And there are a number of great studies showing that Spiked Thyme is a great food preservation agent…and might be used with green tea to keep food from spoiling.

Spiked Thyme also works well for asthma and bronchitis and also lowering the risk of heart disease and strokes… and it also increases blood flow.

Plus Spiked Thyme works well for soothing away your worries… as a tea mixture full of lavender, peppermint, chamomile, valerian root, a little passion flower… and of course Spiked Thyme.

And because Spiked Thyme has great antiseptic qualities it works well for cuts and abrasions.

Plus Spiked Thyme is very popular as a spice for Middle Eastern food.

You can find Spiked Thyme growing wild… or at your local health food store… or order it on-line.

Paul Haider – Master Herbalist

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