History of Marjoram Essential Oil
The oil is pale yellow to greenish yellow and gives off an aromatic and rustic fragrance characteristic of Marjoram Essential Oil.
Native to Asia and the Mediterranean basin, Marjoram belongs to the same botanical genus as oregano. It was used by the Egyptians to embalm their dead and appease the gods, before being a herb known to aid digestion in Ancient Rome.
Today, Marjoram is overshadowed by its cousin, oregano, which enjoys very good popularity in cooking, even though its flavor is less fine and less rich. We get an essential oil very appreciated in the agro-food industry as well as in perfumery and on the therapeutic level, of course.
Properties of Marjoram Essential Oil
The properties of shell Marjoram Essential Oil are explained by the presence of active compounds originally present in the flowering tops of Origanum majorana (shell Marjoram, garden Marjoram, oriental Marjoram).
Anti-infectious, antibacterial, antifungal
Marjoram Essential Oil contains triterpene compounds and several monoterpene alcohols such as alpha-terpineol, thuyanol and linalool which give it an anti-infective and immunostimulant power.
Thanks to the monoterpenic alcohols it contains, Marjoram is a very good analgesic.
For the well-being
A general tonic and stimulant
Thanks to its richness in monoterpenes, Marjoram Essential Oil is a general tonic and stimulant for the body. This property is explained by the stimulation of the adrenal cortex.
Central nervous system calming
Marjoram Essential Oil is a regulator of the central nervous system (combination of active principles of opposite action, sympatholytic esters and linalool on the one hand, sympathicotonic terpenes on the other). Overall, it remains anxiolytic (ie against anxiety).
Indications of Marjoram Essential Oil
Thanks to the many properties described above, Marjoram Essential Oil has multiple indications.
Its anti-infective effects encourage its use in diffusion in the event of epidemics, general fatigue or viral and bacterial infection.
When diffused, Marjoram Essential Oil can help restore sleep and calm thanks to its relaxing and sedative properties.
Its antibacterial properties and its good tolerance encourage its use pure in case of various dermatological problems:
Inflammation of the gums, mouth ulcer, mouth ulcer
Skin infections (bacterial, viral, fungal, etc.)
Furuncle, impetigo, mycosis, shingles, chickenpox, psoriasis, paronychia, etc.
Feet (tired, bruised, etc.)
Skin disorders: acne, oozing eczema, itching, etc. : dilute with vegetable oil.
The antispasmodic properties of Marjoram Essential Oil indicate it to fight aerophagia, flatulence, belching, heartburn and colitis.
Muscle and joint pain
Thanks to its muscle relaxant and analgesic properties, Marjoram Essential Oil can relieve osteoarthritis, arthritis, cramps, muscle contractures, lumbago, rheumatism and sciatica.
The antispasmodic and anti-infectious properties of Marjoram Essential Oil allow them to be used in the treatment of many disorders affecting the ENT sphere:
Respiratory disorders (dyspnea)
For the well-being
Tense or overexcited atmosphere (office, home, etc.)
Mild cardiac disorders (extrasystoles, arrhythmia, palpitations, etc.)
Anguish and anxiety
Latent depression, dark thoughts
Strong temporary emotion (big anger, grief, etc.)
Physical and mental fatigue
Nervousness and inner restlessness
Sleep (difficulty falling asleep and insomnia)
Use of Marjoram Essential Oil
Marjoram Essential Oil can be used in many different ways for a wide spectrum of conditions and symptoms. Nevertheless, in case of doubt, it is recommended to contact a professional in order to collect personalized and secure information, adapted to your medical situation, your profile and your age.
Cutaneous application, massage
For all disorders in cutaneous application, dilute a drop of essential oil of Marjoram with a drop of vegetable oil, then apply and massage the area concerned.
It is possible to apply 1 pure drop in massage, for example on the solar plexus to promote sleep.
For labial herpes: 1 pure drop, applied to the herpes pimple.
For inflamed gums, mouth ulcers, canker sores: dilute with a little water and make a mouthwash, then spit out; or put a drop on the toothbrush before the toothpaste and wash the teeth.
For the care of feet (tired, bruised, etc.): in a foot bath.
For ENT disorders: dilute with vegetable oil and massage the upper back, spine and soles of the feet.
Otitis: one drop behind each ear (not inside the ear).
Sore throat: dilute with a little wate
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