Marjoram, Wild Oil

Marjoram, wild oil.....

Wild marjoram is not a variety of marjoram at all. It belongs to a species of wild thyme that grows in Spain. It’s a bushy perennial plant producing clusters of white flowers.


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Botanical Name - Thymus mastichina

Common Method Of Extraction - Steam distilled

Parts Used - Flowers and leaves

Note Classification - Middle

Aroma - Spicy, warm, herbaceous, much more camphoraceous and medicinal smelling than the Sweet Marjoram

Color - pale yellow to orange amber clear

Largest Producing Countries - Spain and Italy

Properties - Antifungal, antiseptic, antispasmodic, decongestant, emmenagogue, and sedative.

Benefits - Athlete’s foot, bruises, cuts and sores, insomnia, soothing for coughs, sprains, and tired aching muscles.

Blends Well With - Basil, chamomile, clary sage, cypress, elemi, eucalyptus, frankincense, lavender, orange, rosewood, tea tree, and thyme.

Safety Data – The use of marjoram, wild oil while pregnant is not recommended. Its use on the skin has presented reactions in some individuals so use with caution. Don’t expose to mucous membranes or take internally.

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