Myrovolos Greek thyme from Chios, 25g
Thyme & Cuisine
Thyme goes well with fish and poultry, lamb and veal. Last but not least, the cabbage also goes well with leaf salads or sheep's cheese baked in aluminum foil.
Thyme is a versatile medicinal and aromatic herb. With its unmistakable taste it spices numerous Mediterranean dishes. But the thyme can do much more. In natural medicine, the plant is regarded as an excellent medicinal herb, which can relieve colds, coughs and stomach complaints, among other things. The antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of thyme earned it the title of a medicinal plant.
Thyme is not only an interesting spice plant, but also an important medicinal plant for coughing and disinfection. The persistent plant grows bravely year after year in the herb garden and smells spicy. The small leaves are quite easy to rebuff from the woody stem and can be used as a kitchen spice or tea.
You can hardly imagine Povencal recipes without thyme. As a medicinal plant, thyme is the purest jack-of-all-trades. There's hardly an area where the thyme can't help. Its greatest strength, however, lies in its healing effect on the respiratory organs.
- Mushroom killing
- Sweat killer
- Whooping cough
- Irritant cough
- Spasmodic cough
- sore throat
- laryngeal catarrh
- gum inflammation
- digestive system digestive weakness
- stomach complaints
- bad breath and liver weakness