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Used for thousands of years, sweet marjoram oil offers many benefits

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  • A perennial herb used extensively for both culinary purposes and medicinal applications, sweet marjoram oil has a rich history dating back thousands of years
  • Learn about sweet marjoram oil’s countless uses and benefits, and discover why it’s revered for its healing properties

Sweet marjoram oil is made from the steam distillation of the flowering tops of the marjoram plant (Origanum majorana), a cousin of oregano. This yellow-green essential oil has a warm, spicy, woody and camphoraceous scent that reminds you of nutmeg and cardamom. Spanish marjoram oil, a different type of essential oil also derived from the marjoram plant, has an amber and orange hue.


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