Astringent

The tannin content of the herb is chiefly responsible for its astringent activity. ANTHELMINTIC

Thymol possesses anthelmintic activity, demonstrated in vitro (Newell et al 1996). OTHER ACTIONS

Anti-inflammatory due to thymol and carvacrol. CLINICAL USE

Thyme has not been significantly investigated in controlled studies, therefore information is generally derived from evidence of activity and traditional use and the clinical significance is unknown. RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS

Thyme extract has been used to treat the common cold, bronchitis, laryngitis and tonsillitis. It is orally ingested or used in a gargle for local activity, based on the herb's Thyme 1142

suspected antimicrobial and antitussive activities.

Bronchitis Encouraging data have been reported for chronic bronchitis treated by thyme in combination with other herbs in large (n > 3000) comparative clinical trials, although no data are available for thyme as a stand-alone treatment (Ernst et al 1997).

Thyme is approved by Commission E in the treatment of bronchitis, whooping cough and upper respiratory tract catarrh (Blumenthal et al 2000).

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