The outside is warm and beautiful, but our nose is flowing and we sneeze. Respiratory viruses, colds are everywhere.
You could go to the doctor, respect his advice, and drink tea at home. For example, thyme is renowned for its antifungal properties, being successfully used against cough, cold, and fever. Moreover, being rich in vitamins and minerals, it is also used to relieve gastrointestinal disorders, headaches, combat springtime asthenia and reduce stress in the body.
Here’s why it’s best to drink thyme tea:
It is a true anti-inflammatory, so if you apply compressed tea with warm tea on the affected area, it can relieve sprains, sprains, muscle sprains.
It has an antifungal effect, being successfully used for infections located in the kidneys or in the bladder. It is also good for eczema that appears on the skin.
Thyme tea can relieve stomach pains, burns, indigestion, and irritable bowel syndrome.
There are studies that show that the thymp helps increase immunity, but it is also a real adjuvant against intestinal infections.
The consumption of thyme tea can improve liver and kidney function to optimal odds
Thyme tea is an excellent antiseptic agent. There are studies that have shown that it contains volatile oils like timol and carvacrol effective in treating fungal infections. In addition, a lot of toothpaste contain these ingredients as well as mouthwashes because they have the role of protecting against gingivitis but also fighting the bacterial plaque.
At the same time, thyme tea contains vitamins and minerals essential for proper functioning of the body. Specifically, the thyme contains vitamins A, C, B but also iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, zinc. Having dietary fiber can contribute to the proper functioning of the digestive system. Moreover, fibers are essential for the reduction of bad cholesterol – LDL and stimulate good growth – HDL. Last but not least, fiber is an important prebiotic that helps maintain intestinal flora.