Marjoram essential oil from Spark Naturals is from genus/species Origanum Marjorana from Hungary. Origanum comes from a Greek words “oros” and “ganos” meaning “Joy of the Mountains“. Marjoram is native to the Mediterranean region; it is an amber-colored liquid with a woody spicy and camphorus aroma. It has been used extensively in culinary applications and works great for muscular and rheumatic pains such as sprains, bruises or stiff joints.
Marjoram is Spark Naturals’ Oil of the Month (OOTM) for February so if you’re looking to score a 15 ml bottle for a great price, you’ll need to hurry and get signed up before the end of the month. The Oil of the Month club delivers one 15 ml bottle of pure, independently certified, essential oils to you once every 30 days for only $15.99 with free shipping. Unfortunately, since the oils are already steeply discounted, they do not qualify for the additional 10% discount from my coupon code, but I’d ask that you all use it anyway just so they’ll know I sent you. ;0)
Why do you need to add Marjoram to your holistic medicine cabinet? Well, because it’s properties can cover and heal any number of maladies you might encounter including arthritis, asthma, blood pressure issues (regulates), bronchitis, circulatory disorders, colic, cramps, constipation, insomnia, migraines, menstrual/menopausal problems, rheumatism, water retention, whooping-cough, muscular cramps and spasms, aches, pains, and sprains. It is an antispasmodic, antibacterial, anti-infectious, anti-fungal, antiseptic, diuretic, digestive stimulant, arterial vasodilator, expectorant, sedative, analgesic, antioxidant, antiviral, carminative (anti-gas), fungicidal, hypotensive, and laxative. I think you’ll agree that this particular oil wears many hats where our health and wellness are concerned.
In addition to all of the above, when used aromatically, Marjoram is mentally strengthening and relaxing and helps to calm your nerves with its spicy, woodsy scent. Spark Naturals also offers a stunning array of excellent diffusers for your convenience.
Here are some common protocols for Marjoram:
So don’t wait to sign up for the Oil of the Month, this great price is only good through the end of February! You’ll be glad you did.
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