Thyme tea is an excellent natural remedy for lung diseases

Thyme tea is an excellent natural remedy for lung diseases
Thyme tea is an excellent natural remedy for lung diseases. The essential oil of the mother plant effectively soothes nervous tension and irritability. The plant has the folk names “incense” and wild basil. It has quite wide and beneficial medicinal properties (antiseptic, astringent, antibacterial, antispasmodic). Thyme is a good diuretic, digestive, natural antibiotic and sedative. Thyme is also used in cosmetics.
  1. Tea against bad breath – brew a tea of ā€‹ā€‹100 g of honeysuckle. Let the raspberry juice (100 ml) boil. Mix the boiled juice with tea. Pour 2 drops of peppermint essential oil into the liquid. Gargle the drink in your mouth after each meal.
  2. Fill a pimple salve and acne-glass bottle or jar with thyme flowers. Pour 100 ml brandy over the flowers. Leave in a dry and dark place for at least 7 days and a maximum of a month. Stir the mixture daily. Strain the mixture after the time is up. Apply one drop of balm to the critical area one to three times a day.
  3. Fragrant foot bath – this is a recipe for controlling excessive sweating and bacteria. Boil 100 g of thyme in one liter of water. Pour the cooled liquid into the container. Dip your feet and hold until the bath cools down. Dry your feet and sprinkle with powder.
  4. Tincture for removing acne from the face – you need a handful (two branches with thyme flowers) and homemade grain or fruit brandy with a strength of 38%-40%. Harvest and wash the mint branches. Fill a glass bottle or jar. Pour the contents of the glass jar with brandy. Shake the mixture well. Leave it for 14 days in the sun or next to a heat source. Strain the liquid after the time is up. Clean acne from the face with the obtained tincture.

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