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Tea Time - Thyme Tea!

Are you wondering...what's the Tea?!

I recently learned about a new tea with so many benefits I had to try it right away! I love tea, and I tend to be keen on the herbals and florals! So, when I saw Thyme Tea scroll across my feed, boasting all those healing properties... I headed over to Whole Foods, picked up some Organic Thyme, boiled a pot of alkaline water---and voila!

Let's talk about Thyme! If you’re tired of buying and trying over-the-counter acne medication with no good results, you may be in luck. Thyme is known for its antibacterial properties and it might have a future as an acne-fighting ingredient in organic beauty and skincare products.

Getting all the vitamins your body needs every day can be challenging. Luckily, thyme is packed with vitamin C and is also a good source of vitamin A. If you feel a cold coming on, thyme can help get you back in good health. It’s also a great source of copper, fiber, iron, and manganese.

Oncologist researchers in Turkey looked at the effect of Wild Thyme on breast cancer activity, and specifically how it affected apoptosis, or cell death, and epigenetic events in breast cancer cells. Epigenetic's is the study of changes in gene expression caused by mechanisms that do not involve alterations in DNA sequence. They found that Wild Thyme induced cell death in breast cancer cells.

The flowers, leaves, and oil of thyme have been used to treat bedwetting, diarrhea, stomach ache, arthritis, colic, sore throat, cough, including whooping cough, bronchitis, flatulence, and as a diuretic, to increase urination.

This amazing herb can boost your mood, and sipping it as a tea is very soothing and relaxing. Ease away tension + stress with a nice warm cup of Thyme Tea!



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