November 17, 2020 2 min read
Combine Thyme with the spice-and-wood scent of Lavender essential oil and a drop or two of Cedarwood essential oil in a diffuser for feelings of emotional release and calm, even on tough days. Bring the blend with you to work and breathe in deeply for feelings of calm and focus when you need it most.
Did you know, Thyme is made up of vitamins such as, B-complex vitamins, beta carotene, vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin E, vitamin C, and folic acid, for example. Thyme essential oil can also be applied to things such as, circulation issues to stress reduction.
How to use Thyme essential oil effectively in your office or even, your living room at home:
If you have bad circulation and thus, cold hands or achy muscles. The best thing for you is to, simply dilute 3 - 5 drops of Thyme oil, into a tablespoon of your favorite carrier oil, such as Sweet Almond Oil for a potent and effective massage oil that will get absorbed into your muscles and skin and allow for it to replenish its circulation and thus, make you feel warmer instead of freezing. The combination of Thyme and a chillaxing massage can benefit your circulatory health.
If you are congested, you might want to grab the thyme and simply place a yet again, 3 - 5 drops of essential oil to your ultrasonic diffuser, combining Thyme with Peppermint or Eucalyptus essential oil to promote feelings of relief in your chest. Thyme works well to loosen feelings of tightness in the chest and leaves your whole body feeling refreshed and relieved from the sniffles.
I bet you never thought of using, Thyme essential oil as a natural insect repellent. You know, it can be used to deter mosquitoes, gnats, flies, and other pesky insects by using Thyme essential oil around windows and doors, and for best results out on the trail, you should dilute it with a carrier oil and apply it to your skin.
If you are ever feeling down for whatever reason, you may want to blend some Thyme oil with Rosemary and Anise Star oil for a powerhouse combination to handle monthly mood swings and feelings of physical cramps and aches.