- Relieve fatigue,
- Anti-asthma and bronchitis,
- Treatment of kidney disease
||In traditional medicine this plant is used as an antispasmodic, pertussis therapy, bronchitis, lung infections, colds, flu and also it's used for the treatment of flatulence and muscle cramps. Zataria multiflora is one of the Thymus types. It used for treatment of asthma, repeated dry cough, emphysema and bronchitis. Also its brewed tea is used for the treatment of middle ear infection, nausea, flatulence.
Zataria extract contains a substance called "thymol" which is useful for asthma. Zataria bath is helpful for patients with muscular pains, arthritis and rheumatoid. Zataria is an effective poultice for stings and insect bites. If patients with asthma, kidney and bladder, joint pain, sciatica, uterine bleeding and abnormal discharge in women, use of this plant will be effective in eliminating these diseases.
|| This plant has many medicinal properties and in food, pharmaceutical, sanitary and cosmetic industries used a lot. Zataria has been used medicinally in traditional medicine in Iran and Europe. Another use of thyme is taking it as a powder in some spices and pickles. Also directly or in combination with other herbs as an odor, taste, and anti flatulence in food industry is consumed. As well as its thymol and carvacrol are used as food preservative in food industry.
||• This plant has restricted distribution in the world and exclusively in Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Its distribution in Iran is limited to areas of Isfahan, Lorestan, Khuzestan, Yazd, Fars, Kerman, Bandar Abbas, Baluchistan and Khorasan Provinces.
Zataria Multiflora belongs to “Labiatae” family, is one of the most well-known herbal drugs in Iran and traditional medicine. Also Because of that this plant is native of iran, harvested plant will achive best quality with highest effective material in the world.
||The most important objects of the essential oil are including thymol and carvacrol that respectively constitute 30% - 70% of essential oil and 15% - 30% of the essential oil. Other components include linalool, Simon, Tymon and are α-pinene. These components and their conditions depend to the cultivation, harvest time and other geographical conditions.