Marjoram (Origanum Marjorana)

Bitter-tonic, aromatic, hay, spicy.

Source

Marjoram is native to Western Asia and Northern Africa. Egypt is the main producer Also found in France, Italy, Morocco, Tunisia and Spain.

Extraction Method

Sweet marjoram essence is obtained through steam distillation of the fresh plant.

Use

Used as a modifier in herbaceous and fougere perfumes, as well as masculine and spicy notes.

History

The scent of marjoram was created by Aphrodite and is a symbol of joy. In Medieval times women put it in their scented bouquets, purses and baths. Marjoram leaves were rubbed on oak furniture and hardwood floors to give them both scent and shine. Medicinal properties The flowers are brewed as a remedy against chills, coughs, headaches and crankiness. The oil is used for relaxing baths. It has digestive properties. The essence can act as a powerful narcotic when ingested in large quantities.

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