Living Fermented Thyme

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 (Thymus vulgaris)

Thyme, a cousin of oregano, is cultivated throughout the world.  This herb has strong antibacterial properties that promote a strong, healthy immune system.


  • Helps ward off sickness and infection
  • Assists in fighting bacteria, yeast and fungi as well as boosting the immune system
  • Helps ease muscle spasms
  • Encourages stimulation of circulation
  • Promotes an increase of energy and vitality
  • Supports lowering blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
  • Helps maintain a healthy digestive system
  • Aids in overall body detoxification


  • 16 fl oz


  •  Take 4 tsp Living Thyme per day
  • If addressing an acute problem, take 4 tsp Living Thyme 3x/day for 2-4 weeks
  • Refrigerate after opening


  •  Avoid during pregnancy or while nursing
  • Not intended for infants


  • Organic Fermented Thyme with Kefir grains (Water, Organic Thyme, Organic Raw Cane Sugar, Active Cultures)
  • Naturally occuring bio-available organic acids, phytocompounds, Vitamins (A's, B's, C's, K), Minerals (Iron, Calcium, Manganese, Potassium), Amino Acids, Enzymes, Friendly Yeasts, Friendly Bacteria
  • Alcohol content 0.56 ml per 4 tsp

For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.




Manufacturer Part Number: 1011
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Height 7.00
Depth 2.50


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Love it!

I have been taking the fermented thyme for over a year now. I used to have problems with yeast and this has totally taken care of it. I love it!
Posted by undefined, 8th Dec 2014

Love it!

I have a three year old who won't put this stuff down. He went from runny diapers to formed stools in just a few days of taking this. He would drink the whole bottle at once if I let him.
Posted by Katelyn Shaw, 10th Jul 2014