Or should that be tea time? Ha ha.  Have you got thyme growing in your garden (if not, why on earth not?) This beneficial herb can do so much for you – grow some on your windowsill and add it to all sorts of dishes.  Here are a few things thyme can do:

  • regulates blood pressure
  • treats a cough and bronchitis, sore throat and laryngitis
  • helps the formation of red blood cells
  • treats chronic fatigue
  • helps asthma
  • fights dizziness
  • might help lupus, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis (there is evidence to suggest it is valuable)

Here’s a lovely thyme tea for tea time which will do wonders for you:


  • a handful of organic thyme (fresh or dried)
  • 1 cup of water
  • honey (optional)


Wash the thyme and place it in a bowl

Boil water, and pour it over the thyme, leaving it for a few minutes to draw

Strain it to eliminate the solid parts

Add honey or xylitol to taste to sweeten the drink – optional

Regular use boosts overall health and provides positive effects within a few days. Drink this daily for great results


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