In ethnoscience, thyme is used to gargle, with whooping cough and bronchitis, bronchial asthma. Fresh and dry thyme leaves are boiled and drunk against joint pain, heart pain, radiculitis, and neuralgic diseases. Thyme provides significant assistance in diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, is a choleric, blood-purifying, diuretic.
Thyme helps with sinusitis and sinusitis.
For rinsing the throat and mouth, thyme is used against stomatitis and gingivitis.
Thyme baths are useful for treating gynecological diseases.