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The name of thyme comes from the ancient Greek verb "θύω" which means sacrifice or smell, as it was used as incense on altars. They used it as a disinfectant, while it was a symbol of courage. The Romans believed that it helps fight melancholy.
Thyme is a spice that you can use in various dishes such as fish, meats and sauces, while you can also drink it as an infusion.
Thyme has a high content of vitamins A, B and C, folic acid and minerals. It is rich in iron, calcium and potassium. As a decoction, it can help treat the symptoms of inflammation, cell oxidation and digestion. It can also help treat colds and relieve coughs.
For the infusion : Add few leaves in boiling water (60-80°C), leave 5-7 min., drain and enjoy a relaxing infusion.
Store in a cool, dry place.
This product is packaged in a workshop packaging mustard, celery, nuts and products containing gluten.
Ingredients : thym
Reference : AVREP010
DLUO : 31/12/2022
Theodoros Avramoglou's love for spices and herbs led him in 1972 to the founding of the Avramoglou company which was established in the consciousness of its customers.
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