Marjoram is an aromatic herb rich in nutrients and with many medicinal properties. Do you know marjoram and its benefits?
Did you know that marjoram is part of the same family as oregano?
With antispasmodic, expectorating, mucolytic, healing, digestive, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant actions, this herb is used to treat digestive issues and to alleviate symptoms of stress and anxiety. It can be used alone or combined with other herbs.
Check these 6 benefits of consuming marjoram:
Digestive and nervous systems
Did you know that marjoram tea is useful in cases of flatulence and diarrhea?
Helps in airways and fights viral diseases
Thanks to its anti-inflammatory, bactericide, and expectorating properties, marjoram tea is a natural medicine for coughs and colds.
Helps fight depression, stress, and anxiety
People who suffer from depression, stress, or insomnia can find some respite in drinking a cup of hot marjoram tea every night before sleeping.
Alleviates muscle pain
Both the tea and essential oil of marjoram are used to massage and relax the muscles. Marjoram tea calms the nervous system, which alleviates anxiety and promotes relaxation.
The tea also contributes to improving the immune system and mood, is good for the pancreas and liver, helps prevent microbial infections, and treats stomach and intestinal gas.
Watch the video and learn how to make marjoram tea!
Be careful as marjoram, when consumed in excess, may cause headaches and constipation. Pregnant women or girls under 12 years old must avoid consuming marjoram tea because the herb may lead to hormonal alterations that affect the development of the fetus or puberty.
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