A classic song from my favorite 80s movie, Dirty Dancing (No one puts baby in a corner.)
An AWESOME new song by the Black Eyed Peas from their new album, “The Beginning,” just released yesterday.
Hit number from last night’s episode of Glee (if you missed it, go to itunes to check it out.)
And on the dinner table on Thanksgiving, in the thyme and sage stuffing.
Time is everywhere lately, yet I still don’t seem to ever have enough of it.
Give yourself some more time in your life by adding thyme to your diet. Thyme has a long history in healing a wide variety of ailments. According to the natural health and diet site, thyme is a powerful antioxidant and can improve the life and longevity of human cells, and therefore prolong the life of the body.
Thyme can aid digestion and even help relieve chest and respiratory problems, such as coughs and bronchitis. The essential oil from thyme is also used for aromatherapy and can help relieve exhaustion, depression and upper respiratory tract infections.
Thyme is also a powerful antiseptic and is used in everything from toothpaste to deodorant to even surgical dressings.
This herb works really well in any kind of slow cooked-dish. According to the Old Home Remedies website, you can also make your own homemade cough syrup with thyme. Try out this old home remedy below and let me know if it works for you.
Homemade Thyme Cough Syrup
Pour 2 cups boiling water over 2 tablespoons of dried thyme. Cool to room temperature. Strain and add 1 cup of honey. Shake to mix well. Keep refrigerated. Take 1 tablespoon several times a day for sore throats, colds, and coughing.