|Uses||Marjoram essential oil can be used to assist in:
Aiding Muscles: Relieve pain do to overexertion.
Respiratory: Antispasmodic, all over respiratory aid.
General Health Tonic: Fights infections in wounds, common cold, food poisoning, keep the brain healthy and active.
Cardiovascular Support: Aids with risk for heart attacks, atherosclerosis and brain hemorrhaging due to hypertension. Widens and relaxes blood vessels to ease blood flow and lower blood pressure.
Decongestant: Relief from the deposit of phlegm and mucus.
An aphrodisiac: Suppress or control sexual desires.
|Cultivation/Extraction Method||Steam Distillation|
|Historic Benefits||The ancient Greeks used Marjoram to heal from poison, convulsions and edema. They called it “Joy Mountain” and crowned young couples with it during wedding ceremonies. Believed to help nurture love, it was added to food to promote civility and love. Young women would place marjoram under their pillows at night, believing that the herb would help reveal their future husbands while they dreamed. In England, Marjoram was used in beer and tobacco as a preservative and to add a bit of minty flavor.|
|Blends With||Basil, Bergamot, Cardamom, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Cypress, Elemi, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Lavender, Nutmeg, Orange, Rosewood, Tea Tree, Thyme|
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