Thyme, rosemary and fig opuntia oils


The Tunisian mountains are home to some of the most beneficial herbs. Wild herbs have always been vital in folklore medicine and cuisines.

Rosemary is one herb highly praised for its health benefits and aromatic properties. What distinguishes this herb is that it is naturally grown. Southern mountains are rich with wild rosemary.

Farm and garden cultivated rosemary are also widely available, but it does not match the wild variety in its scent, beautiful flowery scenery, and distinct flavor.

Both varieties, nevertheless, are loaded with essential nutrients. Rosemary leaves are rich in protein, dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, sodium, and B complex groups of vitamins are the most significant components.

Rosemary is loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that are vital for boosting blood circulation and the immune system and fighting free radicals.

Studies in psychopharmacology proved that the aroma of rosemary can improve mood, concentration, and performance.

This herbal treasure can be consumed in different ways. It is widely used to flavor foods and meats. Adding rosemary to your cup of tea is very rewarding. It can also be burnt for its aroma.

Fresh rosemary leaves will last for about fifteen days. They will soon start to dry, but they are still edible. Dry leaves have a shelf life of up to three years, after which they might lose potency and aroma.

Fresh Rosemary
Fresh Rosemary

Rosemary oil:

Rosemary oil has been widely used in ancient civilizations as part of folklore medicine. It is said to be vital in treating several conditions. Science is now proving some of these claims.

This oil is rich in pantothenic acid,niacin,thiamin,folate, andriboflavin.

Phytochemicals can potentially lower the risk of asthma, improve eye health and regulate liver function.

Rosemary oil is also good for hair growth. Mixing it with carrier oils and massaging the scalp is a necessary routine.


Thyme virtually goes hand in hand with rosemary. These two make a pillar of Tunisian cuisines and others around the world.

Thyme is also wildly grown, though human planted thyme is also available. If we are to compare both varieties, then the wild variety will definitely win. It is more flavorful, has a stronger scent, and is more nutritious.

Thyme is an excellent source of magnesium, iron, calcium, zinc, potassium, manganese, vitamin C, vitamin A, and B vitamins. It also contains fiber and proteins.

These nutrients are beneficial for overall health. Particularly, thymol and carvacrol, two oils found in thyme, can reduce inflammation.

Thyme is also perfect for liver function, respiratory health, and might increase appetite.

It is a versatile herb. It can be used to flavor foods and preserve them. Adding this herb to tea will boost the flavor and increase the intake of its nutrients.


Thyme oil:

Thyme oil is not a sufficient drug on its own; it is rather recommended that it is used with whole therapeutic programs.

Thyme oil is made up of carvacrol, thymol, linalool, cineol, camphor, and borneol. Using this essential oil can fight acne-causing bacteria. It is also beneficial for coughs and respiratory infections.

It has been proven effective for oral health and is used in different dental products.

Thyme essential oil is also used to fight bacteria and preserve food.

Essential oils do not go bad, so they can be stored easily for long periods. It must not be used directly, however. It must be diluted with other carrier oils and then applied to the skin for massages or consumed internally.

Fig opuntia oil:

Tunisia produces one of the healthiest and most beneficial essential oils. Fig opuntia oil witnessed huge growth during the last few years. It enjoys important market prospects thanks to its utility.

This carrier oil is extracted from the seeds of fig opuntia fruits. it is quite expensive as it takes around a ton of seeds to get one liter of oil.

Prickly pear oil is made up of linoleic, oleic, and saturated fatty acid, palmitic. It is also loaded withantioxidant vitamin Eand anti-inflammatory sterols.

Fig opuntia oil is effective carrier oil used with other potent essential oils or other substances.

It has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. It can be useful in maintaining excellent skin. It helps in hydrating the skin and preventing damage.

This oil has a shelf life of approximately two years. Usually, the bottle will contain the expiration date.

Fig opuntia oil
Fig opuntia oil

Shipment and payment terms:

We offer both air freight and sea freight services. Postal services and DHL services can come in handy for small quantities. We can ship to the four corners of the world, to any port our clients choose. Home delivery applies for small quantities.

Our payment options include a letter of credit, a bank transfer, and western union.


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