Thyme Wild | Latin Name: Thymus serpyllum | Family: Lamiaceae | Extraction: Distillation | Plant Part: Flowering tops
A yellow liquid with a sweet, green, herb-like aroma, with peppery undertones.
It’s a perennial evergreen herb, about 40cms high with a woody root. It has small, oval leaves, from which the aromatic essential oil is obtained and pale cream or white flowers. There are numerous varieties of Thyme, the common Thyme is believed to have derived from the wild Thyme or mother of thyme. Another species used for the production of red thyme oil is Spanish sauce Thyme, a highly penetrating oil good for cellulitis and sports injuries.