In vaccines we trust but we eat Thyme to keep lungs healthy! (Go Corona Go!)
About: Thyme is an aromatic herb with an earthy flavor and small greyish green leaves. It also originated in the Mediterranean region and has been historically used for embalming, incense, and culinary practices. It has a distinctive taste and is used extensively as a spice.
Health Benefits: Thyme has always been trusted to provide a range of medicinal benefits. It was used to embalm and protect against Black Death. It is rich in Vitamins A, B-Complex and C, and many minerals and antioxidants. It produces Biocids that have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It is also supposed to help against respiratory issues, skin problems, and prevent certain types of cancer.
How to Use: Thyme is used globally to garnish soups, salads and dishes. Fresh leaves can be cooked whole or chopped when making meat, poultry and fish dishes.
Fun Fact! Did you know that ancient Greeks considered thyme to be the source of courage?