Marjoram: properties, benefits:
Marjoram is rich in minerals (iron, calcium, copper, zinc, magnesium and potassium) and vitamins (A, B, C and K). It also contains phytonutrients essential for the health of our body, including rosmarinic acid, tannins and flavonoids. The beneficial properties contained in the flowers and leaves make it a plant suitable for use in the herbal, homeopathic, aromatherapy and cosmetic fields, as well as as a spice in the kitchen.
Marjoram has several properties including, anti-inflammatory, digestive , antispasmodics, carminative (which promote the expulsion of gas from the stomach and intestines), antispasmodic, emmenagogues (capable of promoting menstrual flow), expectorants, sedatives, balsamic, relaxing.
The benefits due to its use derive from its use and involve the skin, the digestive system, the nervous system, the osteoarticular tissue, the airways, the genital system female. It is effective in eliminating the symptoms of neurovegetative dystonias such as agitation, insomnia (without being a sleeping pill), anxious states, neurastemia, spasms, asthma manifestations, dizziness, migraine, and nervous tics.
Someone recommends it for the treatment of the agitation states of the Alzimer. It acts positively, for external use, in cooling forms, in neuralgia, in rheumatic pains and in the stiff neck and, for irrigation, in leucorrhea and in disorders related to the menstrual cycle.