The essence of well-being, Pro Green Organic Thyme Oil

Welcome to the Bio Pro Green blog, where we are proud to introduce one of nature’s treasures: thyme oil. Discover the history, benefits, and uses of our Pro Green Organic Thyme Oil, perfect for aromatherapy and skin care. Rich in thymol, it boosts natural defenses and revitalizes the body. A must-have for natural well-being on a daily basis.


the history of thyme essential oil

Thyme oil, extracted from the thyme plant (Thymus vulgaris), has a rich and ancient history dating back thousands of years. Originating from Mediterranean regions, this plant was already used in Egyptian and Greek civilizations for its medicinal, culinary properties, and even in funeral rites, where it was used for embalming. In the Middle Ages, thyme was valued for its antiseptic properties. It was used to treat battlefield wounds and to combat the plague. Ladies of the time often carried thyme in sachets to benefit from its fragrance and supposed protective properties. In ancient Greece, thyme was a symbol of courage and strength. It was used in their baths and burned as incense in temples to purify the atmosphere. The Romans used it to purify their homes and added the herb to their food to impart aroma and digestive virtues. The distillation of thyme oil began to be documented in the 16th century, although extraction methods may have been known much earlier. This essential oil was valued for its effectiveness in treating respiratory infections, digestive problems, and as a remedy for various ailments, including colds and coughs. Today, thyme oil is widely recognized and used in aromatherapy for its beneficial effects on the mind and body, as well as in the cosmetic field for its antibacterial properties and invigorating scent. Its use continues to evolve, but the link between thyme and the pursuit of well-being remains as strong as in antiquity





1.Antibacterial properties: Thyme oil is effective against various bacteria and fungi, making it an excellent natural disinfectant

2.Immune system boost: Rich in vitamin C, thyme oil helps strengthen the immune system and fight infections.

3.Respiratory relief: It is often used to relieve symptoms of bronchitis, sinusitis, and other respiratory conditions due to its expectorant properties.

4.Digestive improvement: Thyme oil can help reduce gas, bloating, and promote healthy digestion

5.Anti-inflammatory properties: It helps reduce inflammation, which can be beneficial for people suffering from arthritis or other chronic inflammations.

6.Skin health support: With its antibacterial and antifungal properties, thyme oil is used to treat skin problems such as acne, rashes, and fungal infections.

7.Antioxidant properties: Thyme oil contains antioxidants that help fight free radicals and protect against cellular aging.

8.Mood enhancement: Inhalation of thyme oil can have a positive effect on mood and help reduce stress and anxiety.

9.Oral health: Used in mouthwashes and toothpaste, thyme oil helps fight oral bacteria and prevent dental problems like cavities.

10.Hair health support: It can be used to treat the scalp, fight dandruff, and strengthen hair roots.




Diffusion: Use a diffuser to disperse thyme oil into the air. This can help purify the air, improve mood, and relieve respiratory issues. A few drops are usually sufficient for home use.

Topical application: To use thyme oil on the skin, it is essential to dilute it with a carrier oil (such as sweet almond or coconut oil) to avoid skin irritation. Apply the mixture to the affected areas to treat conditions such as acne, fungal infections, or muscle and joint pain. Recommended ratio: 1 to 2 drops of thyme oil for about a tablespoon of carrier oil.

Inhalation: To relieve symptoms of congestion or respiratory problems, add a few drops of thyme oil to a bowl of hot water and inhale the steam. This method can help clear the airways.
Oral use: Thyme oil can be used for oral health but should be used cautiously. Add a drop to your toothpaste or rinse your mouth with a diluted solution (one drop of oil to a glass of water) to help fight bacteria and freshen breath.

Bath: Adding a few drops of diluted thyme oil to bath water can help relieve muscle pain and promote relaxation.




There are some storage conditions to follow for thyme oil, here are some:

1) Away from light: Store thyme oil in a dark or opaque container to protect it from light, which can degrade its active compounds.

2)In a cool, dry place: Avoid storing thyme oil in hot or humid areas. Room temperature or slightly cooler is ideal.

3)Out of reach of children: As with all essential oils, keep thyme oil out of reach of children to prevent accidental ingestion or misuse.

4)Tightly closed: Ensure that the oil container is always tightly closed after use to prevent the evaporation of volatile compounds and the entry of air that can oxidize the oil.

5)Avoid plastic containers: Prefer glass containers, especially those in amber or blue, as plastic can interact with essential oils over time.


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Dilution: Always dilute thyme oil before skin application to minimize the risk of irritation.

Limited use: Avoid excessive use, especially over large areas of the skin or for an extended period.

  • Medical consultation: Seek advice from a healthcare professional before using thyme oil, especially if you have pre-existing medical conditions or are taking medication.


1. Thymol: This is the main active component of thyme oil. Thymol is a powerful antiseptic, but it can be very irritating to the skin and mucous membranes. At high concentrations, it can cause severe skin reactions and even burns.
2. Carvacrol: Similar to thymol, carvacrol is another phenolic compound found in thyme oil. It has strong antibacterial and antifungal properties, but can also be irritating to the skin and respiratory tract in cases of excessive exposure.3
3. Cymene: This compound can contribute to skin and respiratory irritation. It is also suspected to be a potential endocrine disruptor.
4. Linalool: Although less irritating than other compounds, linalool, found in many essential oils, can cause allergic reactions in some people, especially after prolonged or repeated exposure.

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Bio Pro Green’s thyme oil offers a multitude of health benefits thanks to its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and stimulating properties. Choose this high-quality oil, derived from organic farming, to strengthen your immune system, relieve sore throats and joint pain, while preserving your well-being and that of the environment.



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