Thyme, Thymus vulgaris, in Medieval times any woman holding thyme was irresistible. Now considered a powerful antiseptic, thyme has been recognized since antiquity for its cleansing, healing and soothing effect on the skin. It has been used for centuries as a cleansing and invigorating bath. The aroma helps refresh your mind and body. The name "thyme" comes from the Greek word thymus, which means courage. Roman soldiers often bathed in exhilarating thyme water to give themselves power and strength. In hair care products, thyme essential oils and herbs are great for hair! Thyme is often used in deep cleansing shampoos and is believed to help with hair loss.
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