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Marjoram Oil

Origin: India

Botanical Name: Origanum marjorana or Origanum hortensis

Family: Labiatae (Lamiaceae)

Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

Plant Part: Leaves and Flowers/Buds

Colour & Appearance: Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid.

Blends: Basil, Bergamot, Black pepper, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Cypress, eucalyptus, Eucalyptus Lemon, Fennel, Juniper, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Pine, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Thyme


Marjoram Oil Manufacturer & Supplier

Marjoram oil is extracted from the Marjoram plant that as grayish-green leaves and shell-shaped bracts, its hairy stems bear white flowers, which are clustered into short spikes. The plant is basically a native to the Eastern Mediterranean region and is chiefly cultivated in Egypt.

Extraction of Marjoram oil

Marjoram oil is basically extracted from the top of the flowering head and the dried leaves. The oil obtained is warm, spicy, and yellow in color.

Properties of Marjoram oil

The purest form of the Marjoram Oil when extracted has a color of pale yellow to greenish-yellow. It has a fresh, aromatic, herbal and spicy odor. The oil has thick inconsistency.

Main Constituents :  Terpinen-4-ol, trans-sabinene hydrate, γ-terpinene

Other Constituents :  Linalool, linalyl acetate, α-terpineol, Tran- and cis-carveol, thymol, anethole, geraniol, and carvacrol

 

Uses of Marjoram Oil

This oil of medieval time has the following uses:-

  • The flowers, leaves,and oil of the plant are used widely to make medicines.
  • The oil is commonly used for treating runny nose, coughs, cold and any kind of infections.
  • In food,Marjoram oil is used for flavoring.
  • It removes the excess of stress and anxiety.
  • It provides relief from irritable bowel syndrome and conditions of chronic insomnia.
  • Keeps our digestive system healthy and fit.
  • The oil is used in cosmetics, making lotions and adding fragrance to soaps and perfumes.

Everyday Uses

  • Coughs
  • Gall bladder complaint
  • Stomach cramps and digestive disorders
  • Depression
  • Dizziness
  • Migraines
  • Nervous headaches
  • Nerve pain
  • Paralysis
  • Coughs
  • Runny nose

Popular Uses

  • Treats respiratory tract disorder, stomach, and intestine disorder
  • Relieves mensuration cramps and urinary tract disorder
  • Treats colds and flues
  • Prevents from dandruff, skin problems
  • Prevents the signs of aging, acne, and ease in rashes
  • Used in many foods like soup, sauces, and herbal tea because of its fragrance

Applications Uses

  • lotions
  • fragrance
  • Soap
  • perfumes
  • Hair Oil
  • Deodorant
  • Diuretic
  • Tonic
  • Astringent
  • Antiseptic
  • Body Wash
  • Face Wash
  • Moisturizer

Benefits of Marjoram oil

There are immense benefits of this specific oil as given under:

  • Relief muscles: To completely relax and soothe our muscles Marjoram oil should be used in a good amount on the muscle before and after exercising. The oil is also effective in giving a soothing effect to the targeted muscles in an effective manner.
  • Provides peaceful sleep:Whether the condition is of severe insomnia or promoting rest and peaceful sleep, just add a few drops of oil and massage it on the feet of a sleeping child.It gives a profound sleep in a very sound manner.
  • Promotes a better cardiovascular system: One of the most crucial parts of our body is the heart. Marjoram Oil is very essential and beneficial for the heart and the entire cardiovascular system.

Primary Benefits

  • Adds to a soothing, calming massage
  • Promotes a healthy cardiovascular system

Directions For Use

Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser

Topical use:

  • Apply one to two drops to the desired area.
  • Dilute with Basil, Bergamot, Black pepper, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Cypress, eucalyptus, Eucalyptus Lemon, Fennel, Juniper, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Pine, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Thyme oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.

Caution

  • Keep away from children.
  • If pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor.
  • Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.

What does marjoram oil smell like?

Sweet marjoram oil has an herbaceous, warm, spicy aroma with a middle fragrance note. It is diffused, inhaled, or used topically for promotion.

What does marjoram taste like?

It is a member of the mint & oregano family. Its flavor is similar to oregano.

What is marjoram oil good for?

It is used for coughs, gall bladder complaints, stomach cramps, and digestive disorders, depression, dizziness, migraines, nervous headaches, nerve pain, paralysis, coughs & runny nose.

Is marjoram good for skin?

It has antimicrobial properties. It used or treating fungal infections & for treating the overgrowth of gut bacteria.

Does marjoram help you sleep?

It is the best remedy for insomnia; diffuse it for the powerful effect.

Where to buy marjoram oil?

Marjoram oil is native to India & belongs to Labiatae (Lamiaceae). It is used in Beauty, Food, Aromatherapy, Nutraceutical, Beverage, Sports Nutrition, Health & Wellness, Pet Nutrition, and Vitamins & Supplements.

AG Industries is the leading manufacturer & supplier of Marjoram Oil. It has extreme shelf-life stability. It is repellent to high temperatures.


List of Technical Documents

  1. Marjoram oil - COA
Botanical Name : Origanum marjorana or Origanum hortensis
Parts Used : Leaves and Flowers/Buds
Color & Odor : Clear to Faint Yellow @ 22°C with Characteristic spicy odor
Methods of Extraction : Steam distillation
Constituents : Terpinen-4-ol, trans-sabinene hydrate, γ-terpinene
Specific Gravity : 0.887@ 25°C
Flash Point : >51°C
Optical Rotation : -5.0º to +10º@20ºC
Refractive Index : 1.471@ 20°C
Density : 0.909 g/mL at 25 °C
Shelf Life : Two years
Solubility : Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils