This Unbelievable Tea Successfully Heals Hashimoto’s, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis!
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This Unbelievable Tea Successfully Heals Hashimoto’s, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis!

Long time ago, thyme has been commonly used to treat various ailments, from flu to epileptic seizures. Namely, during the middle ages, in order to get rid of any unwanted odors, people mixed thyme with lavender in equal amounts and sprinkled on the floors of churches. Likewise, it has also been used to prevent infections and heal wounds. Namely, it was applied crushed on the affected areas too.

In addition, thyme’s volatile essential oils are rich in anti-rheumatic, antiviral, antiseptic, anti-parasitic and anti-fungal properties. If you use it regularly you will lower the viral load in the entire body, so it is excellent in the case of lupus, chronic fatigue syndrome, tinnitus, multiple sclerosis, vertigo, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis. In order to treat these conditions you need to drink thyme tea every single morning.

Furthermore, thyme is also rich in vitamins and minerals such as: iron, potassium, and calcium. They are all extremely beneficial for proper red blood cell formation, blood pressure regulation, and distribution of antioxidants in the entire body. Likewise, it is also abundant in B-complex vitamins, folic acid, and vitamin A and C.

In addition, it also contains various bio flavonoids and volatile oils like: thymol. Which is an essential oil with potent antioxidant properties. Besides this, it also has powerful cancer preventive properties, as it is rich in terpenoids such as rosmarinic and ursolic acids. According to some studies, the regular intake of thyme raises the amount of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid) in the, brain, kidney and heart cell membranes.

Due to their strong expectorant and bronchial antispasmodic properties. The essential oils in thyme are thus excellent in the treatment and prevention of:

  • throat infections
  • acute and chronic bronchitis
  • sore throats
  • gingivitis
  • laryngitis
  • asthma
  • coughs
  • inflammation of the mouth
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