Common thyme linalool

Latin name: Thymus vulgaris linaloliferum

Botanical family: Lamiaceae

Origin: Mediterranean Circumference

Distilled part: Flowering tops

Aromatic molecules: Monoterpenols (whose Linalol)

Thyme, known since ancient times and also called farigoule This small shrub grows wild in Mediterranean countries. The vulgar thyme linalool is distinguished by highly branched tufts, collected between the stones.


  •   Anti-infective and antiseptic air
  •   immune stimulant
  •   Stimulating the nervous system
  •   skin Firming

Application areas :

  •   immune benefits: Fatigue, viral or bacterial infection,
  •   skin benefits: Acne, mild burns, skin diseases,
  •   ENT and respiratory benefits: bronchitis, flu, ear infections, allergic rhinitis, nasopharyngitis, sinusitis, spasmodic cough,
  •   Benefits urogenital: urogenital infection (pyelonephritis, vaginitis, etc.)
  •   muscle and joint benefits: spasms and muscle and joint pain (arthritis, rheumatism, etc.)
  •   Benefits on the psycho-emotional: Anxiety and anxiety, concentration (favors), latent depression, physical and mental fatigue, bindings (ideas or persistent thoughts), nervousness and inner restlessness, stress.