Marjoram Co2 Select Extract Organic
- Country of Origin:Germany
- Plant Parts:Flowering plant/herb
- Cultivation Method:Organically Grown
- Note Classification:Middle
- Method of Extraction:CO2 Select Extraction
- Botanical Family:Lamiaceae
- Chemical Family: Monoterpenes, Monoterpenols
- Extraction Date: February 2019
- Approx. Shelf Life: Long time
Notes & Use
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Marjoram Co2 Extract as well as her sister, Marjoram Essential Oil is one of my absolute favorite extracts and one that is overlooked so often.
Marjoram Co2 is fabulous to help assist digestive issues. Actually, its aroma triggers the salivary glands to help kick start the digestive process!&a
Traditional Use of Marjoram Co2 Select Extract Organic
Marjoram was used in tea to cure headaches, head colds, calm nervous disorders, respiratory distress and to clear sinuses due to its antimicrbia effect. Marjoram has also been used to comfort stomachaches and skeletal?muscular pains as well as improve circulation. Marjoram has antioxidant properties with fats and helps to retain color of carotenoid pigments.
In herbalism, marjoram is used for many gastrointestinal disorders and to assist with digetsion. Marjoram has been known to provide antiulcer activity and mucus protecting effects in gastrointestinal tract. It has also been shown to restore hormomal balance and reduction of DHEA-S when used on vaginitis and polysystic ovarian disease. For the circculatory system, marjoram exhibits anti-platelet and cardioprotective qualities.
Marjoram, (Origanum majorana), also known as Sweet Marjoram. It is a bushy herbaceous plant that typically reaches 1 - 2 feet in height. Marjoram is a perennial plant of the Lamiaceae family. By the way, the plants that belong to this botanical family are knwwn to have very aromatic essential oils in all parts of the plant. Marjoram leaves are opposite, whole, oval and petiolated (attached to the stem by petiole). The branching stems are densley covered with hairy ovate leaves arrange opposite each other in pairs. THe flowers are pale and are in small clusters. The plane is Native to India and the Middle East and then extended into the Mediteranian.
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Energetic, Spiritual, and Emotional Qualities of Marjoram Co2 Select Extract Organic
Marjoram is an extract/oil of comfort, safety and a return to center.
- Assissts in calming the spirit and psyche when dealing with grief or the after effects of abuse
- Offers protective energetic qualitis to help remain grounded and centered
- Helps slow down the limbic loop thinking and reduces rumination (going over the same thing over and over)
- Quites the mind from obsesssive thoughts
- Protects against bad luck and negative energies
- Assists in our ability to love onelself without judgement
- Acts as a mild anti depressant, easing sorrow
- Helps us build up our reserve and find our power
The name Origanum is derived from two Greek words, oros meaning mountain and ganos meaning joy together it is Joy of the Mountain.
Marjoram Oil has been recorded as far back as Ancient Egypt. Back in the day the Egyptians revered the oil for its vast healing properties and for its ability to help people in deep grief. WHile in Greece, Marjoram was thought to be the antidote to any poison. Then in the 16th century Sweet marjoram ws thrown on the floor of houses to mask bad smells!
It is said that the goddess of Venus, Aphrodite is the one to have given the plant its aroma. If one anoointee themselves with the oil, dreams of a future spouse would come in a vison. The Ancient Greeks believed that if marjoram grew on a tomb the dead person was happy.
In Greece and Rome, bridal couples would wear wreath crowns made of marjoram to symbolize and bless the couple with love honoe and happines. would crown bridal couples with wreaths of marjoram to symbolize love, honor and happiness. The Greeks used it both internally and externally. It was a remedy for narcotic poisons, convulsions and dropsy. And the Romans believed that marjoram promoted longevity. The Sicilians believed that marjoram could banish sorrow
Therapeutic Benefits of Marjoram Co2 Select Extract OrganicAnti-anxiety, Anti-arthritic, Anti-asthmatic, Anti-bacterial, Anti-depressant, Anti-infectious, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-oxidant, Anti-rheumatic, Anti-septic, Anti-spasmodic, Calming, Carminative, CNS sedative, Digestive stimulant, Digestive tonic, Immune support, Immuno-stimulant, Sedative, Stomachic, Tonic, Warming, Wound healing
Aroma-Chemistry of Marjoram Co2 Select Extract Organic
The main constituents found in Marjoram are:
- (Z)-Sabinene Hydrate
- Linalyl Acetate
- (E)-Sabinene Hydrate
Recipes & Blends
Aroma of Marjoram Co2 Select Extract OrganicCamphoraceous, Earthy, Fresh, Soft, Warm
Safety Information for Marjoram Co2 Select Extract Organic
Marjoram Co2 is non toxic and non irritating
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