Thyme, Linalol (Bio-Certified)




Botanical Name: Thymus vulgaris
Origin: Spain

About Thyme, Linalol

  • A potent anti-microbial oil yet, safe on the skin
  • The linalol CT (chemotype) is grown higher at altitude than the more intense, Thymol
  • This CT is better with children than the Thymol

How to Use Thyme Linalol

  • Use in natural deodorants
  • Rub on the bottoms of feet with a carrier to enhance immune system
  • Add to chest compress to loosen phlegm in the chest

Other Ways To Use Thyme, Linalol

  • Diffuse with Citrus oils to promote concentration and enhance memory
  • Natural deodorant recipe:
    5 mL roller bottle
    35 drops Lavender
    15 drops Tea tree
    10 drops Thyme linalol NOT THYMOL
    10 drops Ylang Ylang (or Vetiver for an earthy scent)
    10 drops Geranium (Himalayan will be sweeter)
    ~apply to finger tips and rub directly into armpits

Use in Ayurveda for Thyme, Linalol

  • Decreases Vata and Kapha
  • Increases Pitta

Aromatic Profile and Product Details of Thyme, Linalol

  • The aroma is sweet, strong, herbal, light, fresh, and cleansing.  It is distilled from the leaves and tops.

Blends well with These Essential Oils

  • Lavender
  • Tea Tree
  • Ylang Ylang
  • Rosemary
  • Bergamot

Safety Considerations for Thyme, Linalol Essential Oil

  • Can be used with awareness diluted 11:1 in foods or on skin

History or facts of Thyme, Linalol Essential Oil

  • It is said to be an effective study aid by stimulating brain activity and aiding memory and concentration
  • A great Thyme CT for families and in skin care with less concern of intensity
  • Grown in the Pyrenees Mountains often

Additional information


5 mL, 10 mL, 15 mL, sample


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