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Wild Flower

Wild Flower

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Discover the soothing and rejuvenating effects of „Wild Flower“ herbal ointment on your heart and lungs.

Creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum)

More than an herb, creeping thyme is a symbol of courage and protection. In ancient pagan traditions, creeping thyme was dedicated to the Mother Goddess, and its very name, in Slovak, evokes the comforting embrace of a mother’s love. This remarkable herb supports the bonding between mothers and their babies, aids women in their journey towards pregnancy, and ensures the well-being of both mother and child. It is a guardian of children, imparting the courage to face life’s challenges.

Not only does creeping thyme strengthen memory and concentration, but it also aids those on their educational journey. On the spiritual level, it helps us connect with our roots and the Earth’s nurturing feminine energy. By fostering a healthy relationship with resources and nature, it paves the way for creating loving homes.  

This herb’s mental benefits are equally profound, offering strength, courage, and protection. It safeguards against negativity and evil, so much so that knights wore it proudly on their chests. From the Romans to the Druids, it has left its mark in history as a versatile and powerful herb. In ancient
civilizations, the Romans employed it for cleansing their dwellings, while the Egyptians utilized it in their embalming practices. The herb closely resembles thyme with purple flowers, which is why you might have encountered the name “wild thyme”.


But that is not all – creeping thyme has a holistic approach to health. It combats colds, flu, sore throat, respiratory ailments, inflammation of the
tonsils and bronchi, asthma, sleeping difficulties, headache, nervousness, irritability, stress, depression, purulent wounds, swelling, eczema, skin inflammations. It also fights against viruses, bacteria, and fungi, making it your versatile companion on the path to well-being.

Common thyme (Thymus vulgaris)

This is a life booster! An embodiment of vitality, common thyme stands as a symbol of bravery and courage, derived from the Greek word “thymos.” This herb emanates warmth and masculine energy, dispelling doubts, and rekindling morale. It empowers you to overcome life’s challenges, just as the Romans and Greeks believed, and it found its way into their herbal baths. In Egypt, it played a role in embalming rituals. The Druids held a belief in common thyme’s healing properties for both the body and mind. It is celebrated for its spiritual significance and its association with the “third eye” – the pineal gland, serving as a bridge between the physical and spiritual realms. It is known to heighten sensory perceptions beyond the usual five senses.  


The true magic of common thyme lies in its oil, rich in thymol and carvacrol, which offer antiseptic properties, fighting against bacteria, parasites, and viruses, boosting heart health, cleansing the respiratory tract, and even acting as a natural antibiotic for respiratory issues. It soothes sore throat. It is also used in the treatment of diabetes and rheumatism, ear infections, bronchitis, and asthma.

Common thyme is packed with flavonoids and tannins, promoting digestion, and combating parasites, yeasts, and fungi. It  strengthens the urinary system and offers relief from urinary tract infections and female health issues. This remarkable herb enhances blood circulation and boosts the production of white blood cells, thereby bolstering the body’s defenses. It also serves as an excellent component for purification during fasting. The compounds within common thyme can even elevate serotonin and dopamine levels, responsible for enhancing mood and motivation.


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  • Creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum) whole thyme
  • Creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum) natural silica Bewit
  • Common thyme (Thymus vulgaris) natural silica Bewit
  • Cannabis sative (Cannabis sativa) oil * home production
  • Beeswax (Cera alba) amber yellow * homemade from a beekeeper *          

How to use

Wild Flower herbal ointment is your versatile companion for both day and night skincare, aiding the face and body. Apply to clean skin. It eases coughs when gently rubbed on the forehead, chest, and throat. You can also make a warm compression from the ointment, which you can leave on all night. For musculoskeletal pain relief, it is your go-to solution.
This ointment is adored during massages for relaxation, improved blood circulation, and rejuvenation.

Whats in the box

  • Homemade Ointment by Natali David
  • Handcrafted cap
  • 40ml glass jar