Marjoram is widely used in the kitchen.
Marjoram’s aroma is similar to oregano and it fits perfectly in the preparation of soups, breads and vegetable pies.
The fresh leaves of marjoram can be used to prepare a delicious tea with an exceptionally rich flavour that resembles sage, thyme and rosemary.
This herb has several therapeutic uses. Marjoram consumed as an infusion is ideal for treating migraine headaches, neuralgia, toothache and menstrual pains.
Marjoram has a positive effect on flatulence and aids in digestion. Inhaling marjoram vapours is an excellent cure for winter illnesses such as colds and catarrh.