Boasting a myriad of uses, Thyme has been consumed and applied medicinally pre-dating the classical period. Romans would sprinkle it on the floor to ward off venomous pests, and Egyptians included it in their mummification process. These days, most would recognize it as a staple in their spice collection, but there’s more than just flavor to be appreciated in this little herb. It is a wonderful way to elevate stomach issues. Sharp in flavor, with some peppery, sweet, and floral notes.
Possible health benefits: promotion of good digestion, gas reducing, bloating relief, antimicrobial