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Growing Thyme, also Common thyme

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02 Apr 16 Nicoletta (Australia - temperate climate)
Hello! Is it true tha thyme is good to cure reumathoid arthtrites?
04 Sep 16 Norma (Australia - temperate climate)
Nicoletta, I Google, like "Thyme and it's healing benefits" for anything I want to grow, I google for all facts, I live in a unit and have very little garden space, precious little space with sun. Also health needs, and I like the natural way. Norma PS, everyone, I searched everywhere for Horseradish root, or plants. Found 2 at the market, when it is established, I will gladly share pieces of my plant roots, you pay postage. I'm in Toowoomba. Australia only, can't share with WA, sorry.
10 Apr 16 Bob Dobbs (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I don't know about thyme but 'Gotukola' is said to help with arthritis. Botanical name - Centella asiatica. It is very easy to grow. Look it up on the internet for more info. All the best. Bob

Nicoletta, I Google, like "Thyme and it's healing benefits" for anything I want to grow, I google for all facts, I live in a unit and have very little garden space, precious little space with sun. Also health needs, and I like the natural way. Norma PS, everyone, I searched everywhere for Horseradish root, or plants. Found 2 at the market, when it is established, I will gladly share pieces of my plant roots, you pay postage. I'm in Toowoomba. Australia only, can't share with WA, sorry.

- Norma

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