Marjoram essential oil
Marjoram essential oil is used aromatically and topically while Marjoram Vitality™ Essential oil is a dietary oil and therefore can be ingested.
While more commonly known as a spice used in cooking, Marjoram is a key oil used in the Raindrop Technique and can be used in massage after exercise. The warm, woody and herbaceous scent of Marjoram can also be used aromatically for it’s calming properties.
How to use: For aromatic or topical use. Diffuse, inhale, or add to bath water. Apply to crown of head, back of neck, behind ears or inside wrists. Possible skin sensitivity.
- Place a few drops of Marjoram on the back of the neck when facing difficult of stressful situations. Due to it’s calming properties you may find yourself able to relax more.
- Marjoram is a warming oil and feels great on the skin when diluted and applied after a workout.
- Diffuse Marjoram at night to promote a restful night’s sleep. Marjoram blends well with Bergamot, Lavender, Cypress, or Rosemary.
- Mix 3 drops Roman Chamomile, 3 Drops Lavender, 2 drops Marjoram and 2 drops Thyme with epsom salt and add to hot bath. This calming mixture will have you relaxed in no time!
- Mix 5 drops Panaway, 5 drops Marjoram and 3 drops Peppermint and rub on the back of your neck for a soothing neck rub.
- Soothe hard working hands with this Hand Bath: 5 drops Lavender, 2 drops Marjoram, 3 cups of warm water. Place your hands into a hand basin and soak for a few minutes.
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