Marjoram Leaf

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Dried marjoram (Marjorama hortensis) is a versatile herb with a warm, aromatic flavour. It is commonly used in culinary, medicinal, and aromatic applications. . . . read more

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Dried marjoram (Marjorama hortensis) is a versatile herb with a warm, aromatic flavour. It is commonly used in culinary, medicinal, and aromatic applications. Here are some common uses of dried marjoram:

  1. Culinary Uses:

    • Seasoning: Dried marjoram is widely used as a culinary herb to add flavour to a variety of dishes. Its warm, slightly sweet, and aromatic flavour pairs well with meats, poultry, vegetables, soups, stews, sauces, and dressings.
    • Italian Cuisine: Marjoram is a key ingredient in many Italian dishes, including pasta sauces, pizza, risotto, and grilled meats.
    • Herb Blends: Dried marjoram is often included in herb blends such as fines herbes, herbes de Provence, and za'atar.
    • Stuffing: Marjoram adds depth of flavour to stuffings for poultry, game, or vegetables.
  2. Medicinal Uses:

    • Digestive Aid: Marjoram is believed to have digestive properties, aiding digestion and soothing gastrointestinal discomfort such as bloating, gas, or indigestion.
    • Respiratory Support: In traditional herbal medicine, marjoram has been used to relieve respiratory issues such as coughs, colds, and bronchitis due to its expectorant and antispasmodic properties.
  3. Aromatic Uses:

    • Potpourri: Dried marjoram leaves can be added to potpourri blends to impart a warm and inviting aroma to living spaces.
    • Aromatherapy: Marjoram essential oil, derived from the fresh or dried leaves, is used in aromatherapy for its calming, comforting, and stress-relieving properties. It is often used in massage oils, diffusers, or baths.
  4. Cosmetic and Skincare:

    • Natural Fragrance: Marjoram essential oil or dried marjoram leaves can be used in homemade skincare products such as lotions, creams, or soaps to add a warm and herbaceous fragrance.
    • Hair Care: Marjoram essential oil may be added to shampoos or hair rinses for its aromatic properties and potential benefits for scalp health.
  5. Herbal Remedies:

    • Muscle Relaxation: Marjoram essential oil is sometimes used in massage blends or bath oils to relax tense muscles and alleviate muscle spasms.
    • Menstrual Support: Marjoram has been traditionally used to relieve menstrual cramps and discomfort due to its antispasmodic properties.
  6. Insect Repellent:

    • Natural Pest Control: Dried marjoram leaves or marjoram essential oil can be used as a natural insect repellent to deter pests such as mosquitoes, flies, or ants.

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Marjorama hortensis




100% Marjoram.
No preservatives, artificial colours, sweeteners or flavours.
Gluten free, dairy free and no added sugar.

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