Thyme was called thymos by the Greeks, which meant "fumigate". They associated thyme with valour in battle, and the restoration of physical power. Roman soldiers were known to bathe in a decoction of thyme before going into combat, to boost strength and courage. The Sumerians used it as an antiseptic, and in Egypt ...
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