Thyme - Net: 25g
The ancient Egyptians used thyme as an embalming fluid. In ancient Greece, they used thyme as an incense in temples and added it to bathwater!
Adding more thyme to your diet is easy because of its versatility. Sprinkle fresh leaves on your cooked eggs, poultry, meat, and seafood.
Try adding fresh thyme to your salads and sprinkling it on soups and pasta. You can even stuff animal proteins with thyme before cooking and infuse water or beverages with it.
For superior flavor, choose fresh thyme over any dried products.
They have been proven to reduce inflammation and pain, improve respiratory function, promote well being to digestive tract, function as a diuretic and improve mood. It's a natural anti fungal as well!