Thyme Extract Powder

Wholesale Bulk Thyme Extract Powder Suppliers in USA

Common Name:

Thyme Extract Powder

Botanical Name:

Thymus vulgaris



Plant Parts Used:




Color Appearance:

Brown color Powder

* (due to the nature of natural ingredients, color may slightly vary)

Mesh Size:

60 ~ 80 mesh


USDA, EU, Kosher

Country of Origin:


Product Applications:

Nutraceuticals, Cosmetics, Herbal Teas, Capsules, Tablets, Functional foods beverages

Product Offerings:

Thyme Extract Powder

Medikonda Nutrients is the Largest Manufacturer, Wholesale Supplier, Bulk Distributor, Exporter of USDA Organic Thyme Extract Powder in USA.

Thyme Powder: Overview

Thyme powder is a versatile culinary spice derived from the dried leaves of the thyme plant (Thymus vulgaris), a fragrant and flavorful herb that belongs to the mint family (Lamiaceae). Thyme is native to the Mediterranean region but is now cultivated and used in various cuisines worldwide.

Known for its robust and earthy flavor, thyme powder is a staple in many kitchens. It is characterized by its slightly minty, citrusy, and woody notes, with a hint of floral undertones. Thyme powder is a key ingredient in numerous dishes, including soups, stews, roasts, and sauces. It pairs exceptionally well with meats, poultry, vegetables, and legumes, adding depth and complexity to a wide range of recipes.

Thyme is more than just a culinary herb; it also offers potential health benefits. It contains compounds like thymol, which is known for its antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. Thyme has been used historically to treat respiratory ailments, digestive issues, and sore throats. Additionally, its essential oil is used in aromatherapy for relaxation and stress relief.

Product Certifications


Private Labeling Options

Powders: Packed in eco-friendly Pouches or Canisters in customized sizes

Capsules & Tablets: Packed in bottles of 60ct, 90ct or 180ct

Oils: Packed in glass bottles with dropper in 100ml, 4oz or customized sizes

private labeling options

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