Good day! So the past week (around 4 to 5 days) it has been raining hard, and so I placed my thyme and basil indoors under a hydroponic light (image below) for those days. During those times, I watered my basil daily about 1/2 cup of water and the thyme I did so as well but with less water. The sun just came out yesterday, and I happily placed them outside. However, I noticed that my thyme was turning brown and the leaves were falling off. My basil also has a few shades of brown on its leaves, but before it was green all throughout. I checked the roots of my thyme today after watering and some were dark brown but the rest were white. I searched other forums with similar problems which said to stop watering thyme daily and maybe repot, so I repotted my thyme in a smaller plastic pot and set it out in the sun. My thyme before was in a larger plastic pot (medium-sized) and had cocopeat + vermiculite as a soil. For my basil, I just regularly watered it today as I usually do and left it in the sun. If there is no hard rain, our climate here is normally quite warm and sunny. I seriously don't know how to salvage my herbs, well especially my thyme. I'm a newbie and my mint has actually been confirmed a goner today, so now I'm desperate to save my thyme and help my basil recover. What's happening to my herbs and what should I do? Many thanks!