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Visagenics Thyme Oil is great for supporting the immune system and for stimulating the blood circulation.


Thyme oil is one of the strongest antioxidants known, and it has been used as a medicinal herb since ancient times. 


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Visagenics  Thyme Essential Oil is steam distilled from the perennial herb known as Thymus vulgaris. This herb is a member of the mint family.

Visagenics Thyme Essential Oil contains 20 percent to 54 percent thymol, which gives the thyme oil its antiseptic properties. For this reason, thyme oil is commonly used in mouthwashes and toothpastes. Thymol also kills fungi and is commercially added to hand sanitizers and antifungal creams.

Wholesale -Manufacturer Direct. 

We have selected a boutique-quality oil batch from our Spanish Partners partners' production, for this offer. 

  • Highly potent and aromatic. 
  • 100% pure and natural. Undiluted. Non-GMO. Absolutely no additives. 
  • Exceptional for aromatherapy, cosmetic and therapeutic applications 
  • Country of Origin: Spain
  • Method of production: Steam Distillation
  • GC-MS Tested for purity.
  • Ships from CA, USA. International Shipping available


1. Treats Respiratory Conditions 

Thyme oil drains congestion and cures infections in the chest and throat that cause the common cold or cough. The common cold is caused by over 200 different viruses that can attack the upper respiratory tract, and they’re spread in the air from person to person. . 

Thyme oil’s ability to kill infections, reduce anxiety, rid the body of toxins and treat insomnia without drugs makes it the perfect natural remedy for the common cold. The best part is it’s all natural and doesn’t contain the chemicals that can be found in medications. 

2. Kills Bacteria and Infections

Due to thyme components like caryophyllene and camphene, the oil is antiseptic and kills infections on the skin and within the body. Thyme oil is also antibacterial and inhibits bacterial growth; this means that thyme oil is able to treat intestinal infections, bacteria infections in the genitals and urethra, bacteria that builds up in the respiratory system, and heals cuts or wounds that are exposed to harmful bacteria. 

A 2011 study conducted at the Medical University of Lodz in Poland tested thyme oil’s response to 120 strains of bacteria isolated from patients with infections of oral cavity, respiratory and genitourinary tracts. The results of experiments showed that the oil from the thyme plant exhibited extremely strong activity against all of the clinical strains. 

Thyme oil even demonstrated a good efficacy against antibiotic-resistant strains.Thyme oil is also a vermifuge, so it kills intestinal worms that can be very dangerous. Use thyme oil in your parasite cleanse to treat round worms, tape worms, hook worms and maggots that grow in open sores. 

3. Promotes Skin Health 

Thyme oil protects the skin from harmful bacteria and fungal infections; it also works as a home remedy for acne; heals sores, wounds, cuts and scars; relieves burns; and naturally remedies rashes.Eczema, or example, is a common skin disorder that causes dry, red, itchy skin that can blister or crack. Sometimes this is due to poor digestion (like leaky gut), stress, heredity, medications and immune deficiencies. 

Because thyme oil helps the digestive system, stimulates the elimination of toxins from the body through urination, relaxes the mind and functions as an antioxidant, it’s the perfect natural eczema treatment. 

A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition measured changes in antioxidant enzyme activity when being treated with thyme oil. The results highlight the potential benefit of thyme oil as a dietary antioxidant, as thyme oil treatment improved brain function and fatty acid composition in aging rats. 

The body uses antioxidants to prevent itself from the damage caused by oxygen, which can lead to cancer, dementia and heart disease. A bonus to consuming high-antioxidant foods is that it slows the aging process and leads to healthy, glowing skin. 

4. Promotes Teeth Health

Thyme oil is known to treat oral problems like tooth decay, gingivitis, plaque and bad breath. With its antiseptic and antibacterial properties, thyme oil is a natural way to kill germs in the mouth so you can avoid oral infections, so it works as a gum disease natural remedy and cures bad breath. 

Thymol, an active component in thyme oil, is used as a dental varnish that protects the teeth from decay. 

5. Serves as Bug Repellent 

Thyme oil keeps away pests and parasites that feed on the body. Pests like mosquitoes, fleas, lice and bed bugs can wreak havoc on your skin, hair, clothes and furniture, so keep them away with this all-natural essential oil. 

A few drops of thyme oil also repels moths and beetles, so your closet and kitchen are safe. If you didn’t get to the thyme oil quick enough, it also treats insect bites and stings.

6. Increases Circulation 

Thyme oil is a stimulant, so it activates circulation; blocked circulation leads to conditions like arthritis and stroke. This powerful oil is also able to relax the arteries and veins — reducing stress on the heart and blood pressure. That makes thyme oil a natural remedy for high blood pressure. 

Stay ahead of your health and use natural and safe remedies like thyme oil to increase blood circulation. 

Thyme oil is also a tonic, so it tones the circulatory system, strengthens cardiac muscles and keeps the blood flowing properly. 

7. Eases Stress and Anxiety 

Thyme oil is an effective way to bust stress and treat restlessness. It relaxes the body — allowing your lungs, veins and mind to open and keep the body functioning properly.

It’s important to stay relaxed and level-headed because constant anxiety can lead to high blood pressure, insomnia, digestive problems and panic attacks. It can be caused by a hormone imbalance, which can be regulated by thyme oil naturally. 

Use a few drops of thyme oil throughout the week to reduce anxiety levels and allow your body to thrive. Add the oil to bath water, a diffuser, body lotion or just inhale it. 

8. Balances Hormones 

Thyme essential oil has progesterone balancing effects; it benefits the body by improving progesterone production. Both men and a lot of women are low in progesterone, and low progesterone levels have been linked with infertility, PCOS and depression, as well as other imbalanced hormones within the body. 

Research discussed in the Proceedings of the Society of Experimental Biology and Medicine noted that of 150 herbs tested for progesterone production that inhibit the growth of human breast cancer cells, thyme oil is one of the top six to have the highest estradiol and progesterone binding. 

For this reason, using thyme oil is a great way to naturally balance hormones in the body; plus, it’s far better than turning to synthetic treatments, such as hormone replacement therapy, which can make you dependent on prescription drugs, mask symptoms while developing diseases in other parts of the body and often cause serious side effects. 

By stimulating hormones, thyme oil is also known to delay menopause; it also serves as a natural remedy for menopause relief because it balances hormone levels and relieves menopausal symptoms, including mood swings, hot flashes and insomnia. 


Here are some easy ways to use thyme oil in your everyday life: 

To ease fatigue, add 2 drops of thyme oil to warm bath water. 

To relieve menstrual cramps, rub 2 drops of thyme oil with equal parts carrier oil on your abdomen. 

To use as a mouthwash, add 2 drops of thyme oil to water and gargle. 

To open blocked nasal passages, inhale 2 drops of thyme oil, or add it to hot water for steam inhalation. 

To kill toe fungus, add 5 drops of thyme oil to a warm foot bath. 

To kill infections and rashes, rub 2 drops of thyme oil to the needed area. 

To increase circulation, inhale or diffuse 2–3 drops of thyme oil daily. 

To stimulate hair growth,add 10 drops of thyme oil to your favorite Shampoo.


CAUTION: Possible skin irritant. Do not use undiluted on skin. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physician. Recommended for external use only.

A possible side effect is disrupting the digestive system; if you notice this, stop using thyme right away. 

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, thyme oil is NOT safe. 

Thyme oil is most likely safe when applied to the skin, but there are some reports of skin irritations as a result of using thyme oil, so test the oil on a patch of skin first. 

People who are allergic to oregano or other Lamiaceae species might also be allergic to thyme. 

Do not take thyme oil if you have a bleeding disorder; thyme might slow blood clotting, and taking thyme can increase your risk of bleeding, especially if used in large amounts. Because of this, you should also stop using thyme oil two weeks before a scheduled surgery. 

Thyme might also act like estrogen in the body, so if you have any condition that might be made worse by exposure to estrogen, don’t use thyme oil.

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