core Sweet Marjoram Origanum majorana

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Origanum majorana
Common Names
Marjoram,Sweet
Botanical Name
Origanum majorana
Family
LAMIACEAE

Medicinal Uses & Benefits of Marjoram,Sweet

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How to Use: Sweet Marjoram


While sweet marjoram was used historically to treat anxiety and insomnia, the uses of the aromatic dried leaves are nowadays limited to the kitchen as a delicate alternative to the more pungent oregano, Origanum vulgare. Marjoram was also used in combination with other calming herbs to promote healthy restful sleep, and the dried leaves make an excellent stuffing for sleep pillows. Sweet marjoram essential oil is used in aromatherapy for an emotional uplift and soothing nerves.

Preparation Methods & Dosage :Sweet marjoram is a fragrant culinary herb and the sweet, herbaceous essential oil is used in aromatherapy for emotional uplift and soothing nerves

Sweet Marjoram Remedies





In the Kitchen: Sweet marjoram is known mainly as a culinary herb and is used to season soups, salads and vegetable sauces.

Sweet Marjoram Side Effects:

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Plant Description

Sweet, or knotted marjoram is a small shrub (up to 50 centimeters)with reddish stems and hairy, oval greyish leaves, and clusters of pink, white or mauve flowers.

Related Species Origanum vulgare Oregano




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