SP14 - Marjoram (per g)
One of the most popular culinary herbs, marjoram’s delicate, citrusy flavor makes it especially versatile. It has long been used as an herbal medicine and contains several compounds that may offer health benefits.
Marjoram can also be incorporated into cooking oils by mixing 1 tablespoon (15 ml) of your favorite oil with 1 teaspoon (1 gram) of marjoram. You can use this mixture for everyday cooking or to marinate vegetables and meats.
When making soups or stews, try wrapping 2–3 tablespoons (6–9 grams) of marjoram in a small piece of cheesecloth and soaking it in your pot while cooking.
- Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties.
- Help to treat colds, coughs, and asthma
- Aid digestion
- Help regulate menstrual cycles
- Increase milk supply during breastfeeding
- Decrease blood pressure