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Thyme Red Essential Oil
Thyme Red Essential Oil
Botanical Name:Thymus vulgaris
Geographic Origin: Spain
Method of Farming: Wild
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
Part of Plant: Leaves
size price payment method
10ml (1/3 fl oz)
100ml (3.38 fl oz)
Thyme Red Essential Oil

Thyme Red Essential Oil has a powerful, warm, woody, spicy, herb-like aroma. The color of the oil is brownish to orangish red. It is steam or water distilled from the dried leaves and flowering tops of the plant.

Thyme Red Essential Oil is the most common species of Thyme. It is also known as garden or common thyme.

Why Auroma 100% pure and natural, therapeutic grade Thyme Red Essential Oil from The Aromatherapy Place: Unscruplous producers often adulterate their essential oils. Auroma maintains strict guidelines to ensure that all plants used for essential oil distillation are grown wild, in unpolluted areas, or are organically grown, and further ensures that the length of time between harvesting and the distillation process is kept to an absolute minimum. Every batch, every time!

Thyme Red Essential Oil Blends Well With

BergamotEssentialOil , CedarwoodEssentialOilAtlas , Chamomile Roman Essential Oil , JuniperBerryEssentialOil , LemonEssentialOil , Niaouli Essential Oil , MandarinEssentialOil , MelissaEssentialOilOrganic , RosemaryEssentialOilMoroccan , TeaTreeEssentialOil

Aromatherapy uses for Thyme Red Essential Oil

Visit our General Aromatherapy Uses page.

Safety information for Thyme Red Essential Oil

Please visit our General Essential Oil Safety Information page for important safety guidelines on using essential oils.

Specific Safety Information: Thyme Red Essential Oil is non-toxic, non-irritant and possibly sensitising to some individuals. See The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy by Salvatorre Battaglia, Second edition published by The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy in 2003 page 273.