Thyme Liquid Concentrate for Baths

Against upper respiratory tract diseases

Composition: Common thyme essential oil, Ceilon citronella essential oil.

Formulation: vials of 1000 mL capacity

Properties: Thyme (Thýmus in Latin) belongs to the Dead Nettle (Lamiaceae) family. It is low, aromatic perennial shrubbery and semishrub. Thyme is an important essential oil plant containing phenolic compounds, such as thymol, carvacrol, etc. It is growing over the entire Eurasia, North Africa, and Greenland.               
Thyme is one of the oldest medical plants. As long ago as in Ancient Greece, thyme was used as aromatic substance. Thyme essential oil is useful in treatment of pulmonary diseases. Citronella oil is essential oil of fresh grass and flower fragrance; it is used in aroma therapy and  perfumery. Citronella is growing in Sauth-East Asia, Central and South America, South Africa. Citronella essential oil is very uplifting and relaxing one’s muscles.

the same as those for taking common baths and aromatherapy procedures: vast skin leisons, acute period of skin and pediatric diseases accompanied by rashes; severe infectious inflammatory diseases accompanied by high body temperature; expressed cardiac insufficiency, severe form of arterial hypertension; bronchial asthma; oncologic diseases, tuberculosis.
Balneal aroma therapeutic procedures are not indicated for pregnant women and sucking children.
Balneal aroma therapeutic (BAT) procedures may be used for infants after consulting a doctor only.
Instead of common aroma baths, it may be recommended for patients, depending on indications, to take half-baths, local baths, wet wiping.
The concentrate shall not be used in case of hypersensitivity to its ingredients.

Storage conditions: keep at room temperature away from children.


Thyme baths are used for treatment of upper respiratory tract diseases.

Dosage: 10 mL of the liquid concentrate is diluted under the water stream in the entire bath volume.

Water temperature: 34 to 37 °C 

Procedure duration: 10 to 20 min.

Course of treatment: 8 to 12 procedures. 

Prophylaxis course: once a week.