claireshedden 23/02/17
Last reply 12 months ago
Thyme tea

Hello, My husband has had MS for a while now. He has had two treatments of Lemtrada, but despite no new lesions on MRI he does seem to be struggling more with balance and walking than he did before Lemtrada. Someone has sent us an article which claims that Thyme tea can be beneficial for people with MS (the article actually says “Drink Thyme Tea Every Morning to Help Cure Fibromyalgia, Hashimoto’s, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, and Multiple Sclerosis”, but there are lots of claims like that around). Does anyone have any experience good or bad or the effects on MS of Thyme tea?
Thanks. Claire

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stumbler
12 months ago

@claireshedden , this article, on a decent website, doesn’t contain any references to MS or anti-inflammatory properties:-

http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-823-thyme.aspx?activeingredientid=823&activeingredientname=thyme

However, someone has really had an internet marketing blitz on Thyme tea. There seems to be a recent article in all of the health food outlets suggesting that this is a cure for MS!


Anonymous
12 months ago

I could claim Guinness has similar healing proprties for me 🙂
although not generally taken in the morning.


stumbler
12 months ago

What dosage are you on, @tog1 ? :mrgreen:


Anonymous
12 months ago

I combine dosage with exercise Light weights lots of reps’ & keep swapping drinking hands


doubleo7hud
12 months ago

Pmsl

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