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It kills worms in the belly, provokes the terms and gives safe and speedy delivery to women in labour. Quality: What part of the liturgical calendar are flowers removed from the sanctuary?  From Southern Africa it would have been carried by Arabs and other traders to Arabia, India and Southeast Asia along the Indian Ocean maritime trade routes.  The species epithet, amboinicus refers to Ambon Island, in Indonesia, where it was apparently encountered and described by João de Loureiro (1717 – 1791). The petiole is 2–4.5 cm (0.79–1.77 in).
 The taste of the leaves is described as being similar to the one of oregano, but with a sharp mint-like flavor. Tiny aromatic leaves are born on erect stems which are about 1/8 inch long and 1/16 inch broad, narrow and elliptical, greenish-grey in colour, reflexed at the margins, and set in pairs upon very small foot-stalks.
The Thyme is a low – growing shrub and it is harvested annually. It has been created collecting TMs from the European Union and United Nations, and aligning the best domain-specific multilingual websites. Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2015-01-20
The dried flowers have been often used in the same way as lavender, to preserve linen from insects.
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Flowers are on a short stem (shortly pedicelled), pale purplish, in dense 10-20 (or more) flowered dense whorls (cymes), at distant intervals, in a long slender spike-like raceme. Usage Frequency: 3 It is also used for embalming corpses. Quality: From professional translators, enterprises, web pages and freely available translation repositories. Quality: Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2018-05-19 Usage Frequency: 1 Usage Frequency: 1