The word "thymus" here refers to the power and the force in the Latin, and it represents an important feature of the thyme.
"Serpyllum", which defines the name of the species, derives from the "serpere" and creeping. Describes the spreading of the plant in the soil.
Thin branches of small, body woody thyme from the soil 10-20 cm high, four by thin branches. The leaves of the thyme are folded together, have a length of 5-15 mm, are short-handled and oval. Microscopic examination shows the diapers on the floor of the leaf that release thyme oil.
At the end of the branches are spherical shaped, fragrant, dark red color or light red flowers. Blooms from June to September. Fruits have small, round seeds.
Thyme, a plant unique to the Mediterranean Sea, is a long-lived plant belonging to the family of honeybabagil (Labiatae).
The oldest known thyme of this group is thyme (Tymus vulgaria).
Thyme, spices and seasonings, especially soups, meat dishes, salads and meat to savor to keep in the kitchens.
It is used against thyme oil, cold, bronchitis, whooping cough, hoarseness, flu, cold, asthma, urinary tract infections, anemia, nervous disorder (neurasthenia), headache and stress.
The smell is stimulating and appetizing. Thyme oil is also useful against rheumatism, gout, muscle and joint pain.