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What is thyme and it is ayurvedic medicine ? Let's learn about its benefits.



Thyme is an aromatic perennial evergreen herb with food, medicinal, and ornamental use. Its oil is also very beneficial and works in many diseases. Thyme Mint is the only member of the family who is also known for its smell.

Thyme is best cultivated in a hot and sunny place with well dried soil. It is usually applied at the time of spring, and then grows as perennial. It tolerates drought well and tolerates very strong cold so it is also grown at very cold place. The leaves are used in various dishes to prepare their food, either in green or dry form. It is usually added to soup, sauce, meat dishes, and is also used as flavorful garnish. Tea can also be made with leaves and its oil is also used for the body, as well as its decoction can also be made to avoid many diseases.

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Improve Blood Circulation

Iron and other essential minerals in thyme are present in good quantity. This makes it ideal for stimulating the production of red blood cells, which promotes blood circulation and oxygen in the essential organ systems of the body. Those who have a blood related problem can take time to talk to their doctor. It is a natural herb that helps in blood circulation well.

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Anti-fungal Ability 

Thyme is the most active ingredient found in thyme. This organic compound has many effects on the body, which has the ability to prevent fungal and viral infections. Its fragrance helps in reducing your stress, so it was also used like sunlight in ancient times. Even today, it works very effectively for people with a lot of stress.

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Eye Care

The presence of carotenoid and vitamin A found in thyme makes it an effective antioxidant agent for the health of your eyes. Carotenodes can neutralize free radicals in your system and slow the onset of macular malaise and help prevent cataracts. That's why it works as a very good care for your eyes.

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Antioxidant Capacity 

The highest antioxidant is present in Thyme, so thousands of years have been praised as a health booster. Phenol antioxidants found in thyme, including luminin, zeaxanthin and thymonine, help to neutralize and eliminate free radicals throughout the body. Dangerous effects of free radical cellular can cause major damage to your healthy cells by producing apoptosis or spontaneous mutation. These antioxidants help oxidative stress in your organs, as well as to prevent the problem of your nervous system, heart, eyes and skin.

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Immunity Booster

High levels of vitamin C found in this herb make it a natural immune system booster. Vitamin C stimulates white blood cells and maintains the correct amount, which is one of the first tasks of protecting the body's immune system. In order to keep blood properly, the quantity of every blood cell must be correct or not very low. Vitamin C also plays an important role in the production of collagen, which is necessary for the construction and repair of cells, muscles, nerves and blood vessels.

 

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About Vidhi mistry

Dr. Vidhi who has made wholeheartedly contribution to the welfare of many people through Ayurveda is one of the million people who was inspired by her father and her own life incident to choose the correct path in her life. Born in a family of renowned physician Dr. Madan Gulati and Dr. Saras Gulati, she was brought up under the shadow of Ayurveda. This was not just a reason to choose Ayurveda as her career but one of her childhood events also molded her into a true believer of Ayurveda.

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