A clear, pale yellow liquid with a sweet, green-fresh, milder scent. It blends well with bergamot, lemon, rosemary, melissa, lavender, lavandin, marjoram, peru balsam, pine, etc. 'Red Thyme' oil is the crude distillate, 'White Thyme' is produced by further redistillation or rectification.
A perennial evergreen subshrub up to 45cm (18 inches) high with a woody root and much-branched stem. It has grey-green leaves and pale purple or white flowers.
Thyme is burned to attract good health and is also worn for this purpose. It is also used in healing spells. Placed beneath the pillow, it ensures restful sleep and a pleasant lack of nightmares. Wearing thyme aids in developing psychic powers, and women who wear a sprig of thyme in the hair make themselves irresistable. Thyme is also a purificatory herb; the Greeks burned it in thier temples to purify them and so thyme is often burned prior to magical rituals to cleanse the area. In Spring a magical cleansing bath composed of marjoram and thyme is taken to ensure all the sorrows and ills of the past are removed from the person. Thyme is also carried and smelled to give courage and energy. If you wear it you will be able to see fairies.
- Gender: feminine
- Planet: Venus
- Element: Air
White Thyme(Thymus vulagaris)
One of the earliest medicinal plants in Western herbal medicine, its main areas of application are respiratory problems, digestive complaints and the prevention and treatment of infection. Thyme is burned to attract good health and it is also worn for this purpose.
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