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It’s About Thyme! 5 Powerful Benefits of this Super Herb

Ebeling, C. (n.d.). It’s About Thyme! 5 Powerful Benefits of this Super Herb. The Nutrition Watchdog. https://thenutritionwatchdog.com/thyme-5-benefits-super-herb/

You probably have this herb in your kitchen cabinet right now. It works well in salad dressings, sauces, stews, soups, and tea. Right? It has been used for years as both an ingredient for food, a food preservative and a medicine. Whether fresh or dried, thyme is a staple in French cooking as the herb combination bouquet garni, used in stock, stews, soups, and roasts. Most all savory dishes taste even better with a bit of thyme. Here are 5 benefits you can get from using thyme.

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