Author: Czygan FC & Hansel R: Zeithschrift fur Phytother 14 (2): 104-110, 1993.

Abstract: The thyme species Thymus vulgaris, T. zygis, and T. pulegiodes are still in modem as well as traditional medicine. In the form of tea preparations and especially in the form of dry- and fluid-extracts these medicinal plants are reed as expectorants and bronchospasmolytics, e.g., for the treatment of acute or chronic bronchitis and in general in case of catarrh of the upper respiratory tract. Often in pharmaceutical preparations the concentration of thyme is deficient for a clinical effect.

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