Thyme is the name of a plant species whose scientific name is Origanum vulgare. Thyme is an aromatic herb that grows in the Mediterranean region and is frequently used in cuisine. Thyme leaves have a strong odor and spicy taste.
Thyme leaves can be used fresh or dried and are used to add flavor to dishes. Thyme is a spice that is frequently used in Mediterranean cuisine, especially in Italian, Greek and Turkish cuisine.
Thyme dried leaves can be found in small glass or plastic containers, often sold in spice aisles or grocery stores. Thyme can be used in various dishes as well as brewed as tea. Adding a pleasant aroma and flavor to dishes, thyme may also offer health benefits. It has benefits such as supporting digestive system health, having antioxidant properties and strengthening the immune system.