Common Thyme Medicinal Seeds
The common thyme plant is a hardy, long-loved herb that not only tastes great with food but also smells wonderful. Because of its ability to survive in poor soil and drought, common thyme seeds are often planted in gardens around the world as a ground cover that can improve soil conditions, protect against insects, and add aesthetic beauty to any lawn or garden bed. Thyme is a strong antibacterial, anti fungal and antioxidant (protective) plant. It is most notably used to combat colds, including upper respiratory infections.it is also amazing for battling parasitic worm infections, skin ailments and for calming digestion.
These are heirloom, non-gmo seeds.
The seed packet is marked with instructions on how much sunlight each plant needs and how long they take to germinate. The instructions are clear and easy to follow, so even if you've never gardened before, you'll be able to get started right away! You'll have plenty of fresh herbs to make tinctures, teas, poultices, salads, soups, salves and more—and you'll also be able to save some seeds for next year so you can keep growing them.