Common Name: Sweet Marjoram
Latin Name: Origanum majorana
Aroma: This oil has a fresh, almost sweet yet spicy aroma with hints of a slightly medicinal aroma. On the dry down the beautiful herbaceous-woody undertones shine through. This oil can be used as a middle to top note.
Blends with: Basil, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Virginia Cedarwood, Roman Chamomile, Clary Sage, Cypress, Eucalyptus Blue Gum, Frankincense, Geranium, Lavender, Red Mandarin, Orange, Nutmeg, Peppermint, Petitgrain biarade, Mandarin Petitgrain, Scotch Pine, Rosemary ct cineole, Sandalwood, Spearmint, and Vetiver.
Emotional/Energetic Qualities: Unblocks and circulates stagnant energy, soothes nerves, supportive for releasing negative energy.
Recommended applications: Diffuse, topical application using safe dilution ratios, steam inhalation.
Recipe idea: Create your own soothing blend for overworked muscles.
- 2 drops of Sweet Marjoram
- 1 drop of Sweet Orange
- 3 drops of Clary Sage
- 1 oz carrier oil
Personal notes: I love using sweet marjoram essential oil when I'm making digestive or women's monthly support blends. In general, it is a fantastic oil that is great for soothing muscles and promoting relaxation.
Extraction Method: Steam distillation Flowers/leaves
Shelf Life: About 4 years
Country of Origin: Egypt
OM1903- March 2019 Egypt
Safety Data: Non-toxic, though it may cause skin irritation if oxidized.
- This essential oil has a potential for oxidation and should be stored in a cool and dark area in a sealed container.
- Do not place on broken skin.
California Prop 65 Statement: This product contains essential oil constituents on the CA Prop 65 list of toxic chemicals. This product conforms to the reporting requirements of California Proposition 65 (Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986). We are conforming to the regulation by reporting the existence, or lack thereof, of ingredients deemed reportable by the above mentioned regulations via a Safety Data Sheet (SDS), in Section 15 "Regulatory Information." Ingredients from Natural Food Sources (NFS) are exempt from reporting in accordance with Title 27, § 25501(a).