Thyme Leaves?

I came across this, which appears to be powdered Thyme leaf.
Now I suspect their are people here with experience of this ... my question is does it actually work?
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Comments

  • It might work via placebo effect.
  • This isn't what one would normally call "Thyme" in English. Thyme is most commonly Thymus vulgaris, but they list the botanical name as Herpestis monniera, which I believe is more commonly known as Bacopa monnieri, which is Brahmi. I've never personally used it, but I know that it is one of the most popular traditional ayurvedic herbs for supporting hair health. I did a quick search on Google Scholar and found no research to support or refute any of the claims.

    And yes, it might work via placebo effect. There is a lot of suggestion online that Brahmi can work all sorts of miracles for hair - and a strong placebo effect is worth something!
  • Aha. Very useful post, thank you very much for your time.
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