Strong as it is soft, Sweet Thyme Essential Oil, is known to revitalize body and mind while being mild enough to be used on sensitive skin, young children and the elderly.
This special variety of Thyme is a treasured ingredient in our gentle skincare serums. An effective agent of oral care to freshen the mouth and breath, Sweet Thyme also blesses body and mind as it helps to care for skin in needs and fosters focus for creative endeavors.
Botanical Name: Thyme vulgaris linalool
Botanical Family: Lamiaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Herb
Country of Origin: France
Cultivation Method: Organic
Spicy, sweet, buttery and warm, with penetrating notes of wood and herbs.
In Living Libations
Happy Gum Drops, Happy Gum Drops Ozonated Gel, Happy Gums Paste, Wild Child Happy Gum Drops, Soothsayer Serum, Cell Serum, Frankincense First Aid, Sweet Sleep Serum, and Hot Lips Lover Lips.
Blends Well With
Frankincense, Rose Otto, Spikenard, Lavender, Mandarin, Tangerine, Bergamot, Lemon, Marjoram, Silver Fir, Palo Santo, Cardamom, Carrot Seed, and Geranium.
Beautiful in blends, baths, salt pipes, and diffusers.
Excellent in skincare serums.
“In this oil the mildness of linalool and linalyl acetate is combined with the strong action of thyme. It is excellent for impurities of the skin… Its gentleness has made it an aromatherapy classic overnight… a pleasant tonic and irreplaceable for skin care.”
∼ Kurt Schnaubelt, Advanced Aromatherapy
“It is non-irritating and gentle, and especially recommended for treating children and the elderly or infirm.”
∼ Jeanne Rose, The Aromatherapy Book: Inhalations and Applications
“The essences produced by different species of thyme have noticeable differences in their chemical composition. Some contain a greater proportion of thymol, others of carcavrol and others again of citral (analogous to the essence of verbena). Nevertheless, their properties are closely related.”
∼ Jean Valnet, The Practice of Aromatherapy
“I know a bank where the wild thyme blows, where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, quite over- canopied with luscious woodbine, with sweet musk-roses, and with eglantine.”
∼ William Shakespeare