Thyme herb (Thymus serpyllum or Thymus vulgaris) is an aromatic herb with expectorant (expels phlegm from respiratory tract) properties. Use as a gargle for bad breath.
INFUSE – RELAX – ENJOY
Unlike black tea, herbal teas utilise specific plant parts, such as flowers, roots, fruits, seeds, leaves and bark, chosen for their unique health benefits. Herbal teas are an economical, light and refreshing alternative to other drinks and are popular with health enthusiasts, naturopaths and herbalists. Enjoying traditional herbal infusions is an easy way to reconnect with the past and appreciate just how much nature has to offer.
100% NATURAL HERBAL TEA
Thyme herb which is part of our herbal tea range, has no added: Preservatives, colours, flavours, gluten, lactose, nuts, caffeine and sugars
QUALITY PRODUCTS SINCE 1985
The Hilde Hemmes’ product range includes a large variety of herbs commonly used in western herbal medicine. Plants are sourced from reputable growers in their country of origin and carefully dried to retain their natural properties. Herbs are rigorously tested to confirm that only the correct species are used. They are routinely tested for pesticides, heavy metals, aflatoxins, foreign matter and microbial levels. With our stringent quality assurance program, we are committed to supplying premium grade products.
Our herbs are hygienically packed in biodegradable cellophane bags, to lock in their individual flavours and aromas. Boxes are purchased from sustainable sources and can be recycled or composted – remove plastic window before disposal.
Australian owned and operated business. Products are manufactured and tested by Herbal Supplies Pty Ltd in South Australia.
Herbal teas are best stored below 30°C, away from direct sunlight and in a dry environment.
Infuse 1-2 heaped teaspoons of Thyme herb in a cup of boiling water, steep for 5 minutes. Strain and drink several cups daily. Infusion may be gargled as required.
If not using the tea straight away, you can store it in a covered jug or container in the fridge for up to 24 hours and gently warm the mixture before drinking.
Thyme herb (Thymus serpyllum or Thymus vulgaris)
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