What is Glyco Thymol?

Glyco-Thymoline was developed to counter the adverse effects of the increasingly acidic diet associated with the American Industrial era. The “magic” of this extraordinary product is the unique fusion of natural, soothing agents (menthol, eucalyptol, pine oil and thymol) in an alkaline solution.

What is Glyco-Thymoline used for?

An alkaline cleansing solution for soothing mucous membranes. Glyco-Thymoline, used with spray, nasal douche or as a gargle, acts to detach and help remove sticky, mucous accumulations from nasal and throat passages.

What is thymol mouthwash used for?

ABOUT your medicine Thymol is an antiseptic with antibacterial and antifungal activity. It is used as a mouthwash or gargle for oral hygiene and for refreshing the mouth, for treating sore throat and for minor mouth inflammation.

What is the antibacterial ingredient in mouthwash?

Chlorhexidine gluconate is a cationic bis-guanide with broad spectrum antimicrobial activity. It is currently the most effective mouthwash for reducing plaque and gingivitis.

How do you gargle properly?

To use the saltwater gargle:

  1. Take as much of the solution into the mouth as is comfortable.
  2. Gargle the salt water around the back of the throat.
  3. Rinse around the mouth, teeth, and gums.
  4. Spit out the solution.

What kills bacteria in mouthwash?


  • Eucalyptol – with antibacterial properties, this eucalyptus-derived essential oil works as an anti-fungal agent within the mouth.
  • Methol – this natural oil as germ-killing abilities to help halt the growth of bacteria.

Is it OK to gargle with salt water daily?

Saltwater is acidic, and gaggling it every day can soften the teeth enamel and gums. Therefore, you can’t gargle salty water daily Also, people with special medical conditions such as those with high blood pressure should take extra precaution or simply look for other alternatives they can use.

How many times a day can I gargle with salt water?

Gargling once won’t cut it; implement a routine and stick with it for the best results. Your Albany ear, nose and throat doctor recommends a saltwater gargle two to four times a day, depending on how bad your symptoms are. You should start to feel better after 24 hours.

Why was LISTERINE discontinued?

The manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson, say it’s due to “low regional demand“. There are, however, some ways you can still buy it. Like many other people, I was dismayed, because there really is no other mouthwash like the “Antiseptic” original.

Why is LISTERINE bad for you?

“Unfortunately, mouthwash doesn’t differentiate and kills all bacteria. As a result, mouthwash can cause harm in the long run because it can disrupt the microbiome and impede the normal functioning of your body.”

What are the ingredients in glyco-thymoline?

Glycothymoline’s natural ingredients include Eucalyptol, Menthol, Pine Oil, Thymol, Alcohol 4%, Glycerin and other ingredients. Glyco-Thymoline is the original unique natural formula. Original exact formulation from the Edgar Cayce Readings.

How do you use glyco thymoline spray?

GlycoThymoline can be used as a spray, rinse or gargle, diluted or full strength, as often as desired. GlycoThymoline is used as part of an oral hygiene program or also for personal hygiene as it gives a refreshing clean feeling and is gentle enough to use on baby’s skin.

Where can I buy glycothymoline?

Original exact formulation from the Edgar Cayce Readings. Glycothymoline is supplied in a 16 oz bottle and is available from Baar Products, Inc. Their telephone number is 610-873-4591 and they are located in Downingtown, PA USA. Oral Hygiene: Use Glycothymoline as a spray, rinse or gargle, diluted or full strength, as often as needed.

Does Owen and Kress’ glyco-thymoline really work?

Then, as today, Owen and Kress make very modest claims about their product’s benefits. Glyco-Thymoline is sold as a mouthwash that eliminates bad breath, reduces oral acidity, and is extremely gentle and soothing on gums. According to Bruce Baar (the official Cayce products distributor), Glyco-Thymoline is gentle enough to use on a baby’s skin.