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The related species T. vulgaris has traditional use as a pungent and warming remedy to aid chills and lethargy and to lift the spirits. Thyme contains an essential oil and flavonoid components that are considered to contribute to the antispasmodic, antiseptic, expectorant and cough-relieving effects of the plant.
Simmonds, M, Howes, M, Irving, J. (2016). The Gardener's Companion to Medicinal Plants. Frances Lincoln Ltd. P. 195

Thymus 'Fragrantissimus'

Genus: Thymus
Cultivar: 'Fragrantissimus'
Distribution summary: Garden origin
Habit: Sub-Shrub
Garden status: Not currently grown
Flowering months: May, June
Reason for growing: Other use

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