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Thymus vulgaris is a flowering plant of the family Lamiaceae commonly known as thyme, native to Southern Europe, and has a worldwide distribution (Hosseinzadeh et al., ).The plant is indigenous to the Mediterranean and neighboring countries, Northern Africa, and parts of Asia.
In Africa, the plant has been cultivated in Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya (Stahl-Biskup. Codeage Glandular Thymus Extract, Grass Fed Natural Raw Thymus Supplement, Supports Immune, Histamine and Allergy Health, mg per Servings, Capsules out of 5 stars 33 $ $ 99 ($/Count).
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Thymus vulgaris is an evergreen Shrub growing to m (0ft 8in) by m (1ft) at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 7 and is not frost tender. It is in leaf all year, in flower from June to August. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees, flies, Lepidoptera (Moths & Butterflies).
It is noted for attracting wildlife. Essential oil of Thymus vulgaris The essential oil is responsible for the typical spicy aroma of thyme (Stahl-Biskup and Venskutonis, ).
The predominant compound among the essential oil components was identified as thymol (compound 9 ; %) while the amount of all other components was less than 19% (Reddy et al., ).
Introduction. The genus Thymus, member of the Lamiaceae family, contains about species of perennial aromatic, evergreen or semi-evergreen herbaceous plants with many subspecies, varieties, subvarieties and forms .In Romania, the Thymus genus contains one species cultivated as aromatic plant (Thymus vulgaris) and other 18 wild species .T.
vulgaris (thyme), Cited by: Thyme (Thymus vulgaris Thymus vulgaris book, Lamiaceae) is an aromatic and medicinal plant that has been used in folk medicine, phytopharmaceutical Thymus vulgaris book, food preservatives, and as an aromatic effect of Thymus vulgaris essential oil (TEO) and its isolated constituents thymol and cavacrol (CVL) were studied in the following experimental models: ear edema, Cited by: Thus, from Thymus vulgaris seed, we have, not only the two mentioned above, but also 'Narrow Leaved French', 'Greek Gray' and 'Broad Leaf English'.
Really a more appropriate name for all these slightly different thymes would be Garden Thyme, or even Common Thyme.
After all the word vulgaris means (no, not vulgar) common. Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Thymus Species, English Thyme, Common Garden Thyme, Winter Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) supplied by member gardeners in.
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Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library. "Thymus vulgaris = Thym commun. [Garden thyme]" New York Public Library Digital Collections. Thymus vulgaris urinary, G.I., and external uses.
The pulmonary uses of Thymus are based on its antiseptic and anti-bacterial actions combined with the expectorant and spasmolytic the urinary system, Thymus is a diuretic, antiseptic, and spasmolytic, used for cystitis, urethritis and as a general urinary antiseptic.
Thyme Essential Oil. Historically, fresh and dried Thyme as well as the essential oil have been used to help ward off bacteria and viruses.
Of the most commonly available Thyme Essential Oils, Thyme ct linalool tends to be amongst the most gentle and safe while Thyme ct thymol contains more thymol and can be a more potent antibacterial. The seeds of thyme and other Thymus species should be sown on the soil surface in late autumn or about three weeks before the last frost.
Thyme is able to grow in sunny and partially shaded areas that have good drainage, and loves a light and dry soil. If starting off indoors then sow Thymus seeds about eight weeks before the last frost. Thymus vulgaris also shows the killing effect for Propionibacterium acnes, the bacterium which causes acne problem.
The thyme essential oil significantly enhances the death of C. albicans, a fungus which is responsible for vaginal and mouth infection. Thymus vulgaris L. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Thymus (family Lamiaceae).
The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on ) which reports it as an accepted name (record ) with. Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library. "Thymus vulgaris, folio latiore = Thymus durius = Timo = Thym commun. [Garden Thyme, Common Thyme]" The. Read "Thymus vulgaris Herbal Herbal medicine (or "herbalism") is the study and use of medicinal properties of plants." by Karl Laemmermann available from Rakuten Kobo.
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Thymus vulgaris L. (Fam. – Lamiaceae) is a small perennial shrub, and is used for skin problems, viz. oily skin, sciatica, acne, and dermatitis and insect bites. High intraspecific chemical polymorphism was reported, especially in Thymus vulgaris L., which was shown to have a polymorphic variation in monoterpene production [10, 11].
Phenolic monoterpenes, such as carvacrol and thymol (Figure 1, compounds 1 and 2), seem to explain the important biological activity of the majority of Thymus spp Cited by: 5.
Synonyms Thymus vulgaris 'German Winter' Family Lamiaceae Genus Thymus are evergreen woody-based perennials, shrub or sub-shrubs with small aromatic leaves and terminal whorls of small, 2-lipped, tubular, purple, pink or white flowers in late spring or summer.
6 VAN DEN BROUCKE CO, DOMMISSE RA, ESMANS EL, LEMLI JA, Three methylated flavones from Thymus vulgaris. Phytochemistry 7 MIURA K, NAKATANI N, Antioxidative activity of flavonoids from thyme (Thymus. Proven Winners - Aromatic - Common Thyme - Thymus vulgaris white plant details, information and resources.
The Garden Thyme is an 'improved' cultivated form of the Wild Thyme of the mountains of Spain and other European countries bordering on the Mediterranean, flourishing also in Asia Minor, Algeria and Tunis, and is a near relation to our own Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum), which has broader leaves (the margins not reflexed as in the Garden Thyme) and a weaker odour.
Thymus vulgaris (Common Thyme or Garden Thyme) is a commonly used culinary herb. It is a Mediterranean perennial which is best suited to well-drained soils and enjoys full sun. Thymus herba-barona (Caraway Thyme) is used both as a culinary herb and a groundcover, and has a strong caraway : Lamiaceae.
The genus Thymus consists of about species of perennial, aromatic herbs and subshrubs native to Europe and North Africa.
Various types of thyme are used all over the globe as condiments, ornamentals and sources of essential oil. Thyme oil (distilled from its leaves) is among the world's top ten essential oils, displaying antibacterial, antimyco. Get this from a library. Thymus vulgaris: a one-act play.
[Lanford Wilson] -- The scene is the trailer where Ruby, a woman of indeterminate age and compliant disposition, lives amid an overgrown garden of "thymus vulgaris," an herb that smells suspiciously like methold chest.
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for Thymus vulgaris cultivars ; ePIC: Electronic Plant Information Centre of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.