If you find yourself coughing and hacking with bronchitis or a chest cold then thyme can help your cough to be more effective and reduce the spasms so often associated with lots of coughing. Get some relief from your cough so that you can rest and get better!
- Helps relieve symptoms of bronchitis and mucous build-up in the upper respiratory tract
- Helps reduce coughs
- Soothes gas and colic symptoms
Orange Naturals Tincture Advantages
All Orange Naturals tinctures are made from organic or wild-crafted herbs. During tincture-making, our master herbalists ensure that the magic of every herb is unleashed. The result is a medicinal version of liquid gold. Each tincture is bursting with the healing power of nature. Rapid absorption of a tincture taken orally allows the body to quickly begin working to restore health on every level. The body can absorb up to 98% of the medicinal components of the Orange Naturals herbal tincture since absorption takes place immediately in the mouth. In contrast, herbs taken in capsule or tablet form much first be broken down by the digestive system and thus absorption can be significantly lower.
Each ml contains 250 mg of organically grown thyme leaves (Thymus vulgaris). It is a 1:4 leaf extract in a non-medicinal base of 40% gluten-free grain alcohol and purified water.
Thyme is used traditionally in Herbal Medicine to help relieve coughs and symptoms of bronchitis.
For best results, take thyme extract on an empty stomach, which means about 15 minutes before a meal or snack, or at least 1 hour after.
Children aged 4-12: take 3 ml, 2 times per day.
Ages 13 and over: take 3 ml, 3 times per day.
For best absorption, squirt the tincture under your tongue and hold it there for a few seconds, then swallow. If you want to remove the alcohol, add the dosage to a half cup of freshly boiled water. The alcohol will evaporate off. Let it cool, and add honey or a splash of juice to make a yummy, cough-busting drink!
Caution: Please talk to your healthcare practitioner prior to use if pregnant or breastfeeding. And always talk to your healthcare practitioner if your symptoms hang on or get worse!