Thyme Materia Medica


Thyme is a member of the Labiatae family and as such it overcomes the watery element with strong air and warmth processes.

Thyme has a wide sphere of influence which includes the nerves, stomach, bowels, respiratory system and uterus. It is a reliable agent for increasing urine flow and treating infection, worm infestation and for deodorizing secretions. Warm thyme tea comforts the stomach and enlivens the spirits. When treating childhood disorders, thyme is administered in small, frequent doses. Thyme is a sedative and tonic for the nerves which may prove useful in the treatment of wide range of nervous complaints including facial
neuralgia and paralysis.

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20 pages excerpted from Berkowsky’s Synthesis Materia Medica/Spiritualis of Essential Oils.

Miasm: Typhoid
Sefirot: Netzach/Yesod
Constitutional Type: Neurasthenia
Spiritual PhytoEssencing Core Perspectives: history and plant characteristics; herbal and aromatherapy perspective; homeopathic remedies Thymus serpyllum and Thymol; iron and
homeopathic remedy Ferrum; spirit and astral bodies; resisting power; kidneys; air organism and rhythmic system; neurasthenia; Typhoid miasm; Netzach/Yesod Interface.


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