Cultivation: USDA and EcoCert organic cultivation in Spain
Composition: 100% Thyme Linalol essential oil, certified organic by USDA and EcoCert
Extraction: Steam distillation of the flowering tops
Active Constituents: Linalol (linalool)
Color: Pale yellow to clear
About: Rich in essential oil, Thyme may grow in a creeping fashion along walls and posts, or in a cushion-like formation on the ground. The essential oil is distilled from the herb’s pale pink to white flowers, and has a soft, sweet and herbaceous aroma. Gentler than Thyme ct Thymol and other variants that contain phenols, Thyme ct Linalol is a better option for using around children age 6 and up and the elderly.
Common Uses: To support the immune system and the respiratory system during flu and cold season, Thyme ct Linalol may be diffused into the air. When diluted 1-5% in a carrier oil, Thyme ct Linalol is useful as a moisturizer for promoting clear skin, or as a massage oil for supporting healthy muscles and joints.
General topical dilution: 1-5% general use, 5% or more with professional guidance.
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Safety Information: No contraindications.
Thyme Linalol contains 116 additional constituents under 1%. A full listing of therapeutic constituents is presented in the GC/MS report that is available upon request.
Shelf Life: 3-5 years in proper conditions.
Storage: Store upright, cap closed, out of direct heat and sunlight. Bergamot essential oil can be stored in the refrigerator for extended shelf life.
Notes: Non-GMO, No Pesticides, No insecticides, No additives, Gluten free, Vegan, Cruelty free, No carrier oil added.