doTERRA marjoram essential oil is good for head tension, digestion, calming and relaxing, in food for more flavor and a number of other benefits too!
Did You Know?
Marjoram is also known as the “Joy of the Mountains” and symbolized happiness to the ancient Greeks and Romans! Talk about a blast from the past!
The Main Problem That We All Face
Do you know someone that has tight joints, would like pancreas or lung support, or is in need of some emotional balance? Marjoram is a powerful oil that may be able to help you out!
Top 3 Uses Of Marjoram Essential Oil
1.) Substitute 1 drop per 1 tbl sp of fresh marjoram in recipes for added therapeutic value and flavor. The oil is a more convenient and powerful way to get the benefits and flavor compared to the fresh herb.
2.) Inhale directly from bottle or put 1-2 drops in palm of hand and breathe in to help with stress. This goes into the limbic part of your brain where mood and emotions are controlled.
3.) Apply 1-2 drops with fractionated coconut oil for sore muscles and joints. This great if you combine a hot compress technique with this as well to help with absorption of the essential oil.
doTERRA Marjoram Essential Oil Blends Best With
1.) Lavender essential oil: Also known as liquid calmness in a bottle, lavender and marjoram make a great combination.
2.) Rosemary essential oil: Rosemary and marjoram are great in food recipes and dishes where you would normally use the dried herb. The oil is going to be way more concentrated and provide way more therapeutic value though.
3.) Ylang Ylang essential oil: Ylang Ylang is very calming and relaxing and diffusing this and marjoram together would be a good flowery and herbal natural solution.
doTERRA marjoram essential oil has a very relaxing, connecting, and pleasing feel to it. Marjoram oil blends well with lavender, rosemary, and ylang ylang.
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