Marjoram is a native herb to Cyprus and southern Turkey. The Greeks and Romans knew it as a symbol of happiness. Marjoram is easily mistaken for the similar herb, oregano. The aromatic marjoram leaves are used, either green or dried, for cooking and has many medicinal uses. Marjoram is known to help relieve spasms of the digestive system, including those associated with the female menstrual cycle. It is also used as a sedative and is a potent anti-oxidant.
Ingredients: Pure raw Marjoram - Caffeine-free
Benefits: Marjoram tea is used to treat various digestion problems including poor appetite, intestinal gas, and stomach spasms. It is also used with infants to relieve cold and irritating coughs. Women have traditionally used marjoram to relieve symptoms of menopause or those associated with the menstrual cycle. Marjoram can also be used to treat diabetes, sleep disorders, headaches, depression and other ailments of the nervous system. It is used as a “tonic” for the heart and the nervous system and promotes better blood circulation.