Marjoram Essential Oil, Sweet
General Description: Sweet Marjoram comes from a tender perennial herb bush with small leaves and white/pink flowers. Compared with Wild/Spanish marjoram, sweet marjoram is most widely used as a digestive and for its relaxing properties. As a strongly sedative oil caution should be taken, as it can cause drowsiness, dulled senses and a reduced sexual appetite.
Commonly associated with: Topically applied, the oil is useful for easing tension in the head and neck, and inhaled it can help to maintain feelings of easy breathing. It is mainly used for its calming and relaxing effects. Sweet marjoram oil may be useful in stressful or tense situation. It is emotionally comforting and said to relieve feelings of loneliness and grief. When used in conjunction with lavender and chamomile, sweet marjoram is an excellent oil to drop on your pillow at night.
|Herbaceous, Woody, Warm
|Country of Origin:
|Plant Part Used:
|Flowers & Leaves
|Colourless/Pale Yellow, Thin
|Blends well with:
|Bergamot, cedarwood, chamomile, cypress, eucalyptus, lavender
|Terpinen-4-ol, (Z)-Sabinene hydrate, Linalyl acetate, Gamma-Terpinene, a-Terpineol, (E)-Sabinene hydrate
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• 100% Pure, natural and unadulterated
• Suitable for use by home users and professionals alike
• Suitable for use in diffusers, oil burners, massage and skin care products
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• Fitted with a tamper evident lid and dropper
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Using Your Oil Safely & Effectively
• Keep out of the reach of children and animals
• Always dilute before applying to the skin. The safe percentage is different for each oil so should be checked.
• Do not take internally – whilst there is scope for the internal use of essential oils, this should only be done by a trained practitioner.
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Scientific research is being carried out into the properties of essential oils but as, like wine, the oils vary from batch to batch, the findings can only be applied to the specific batch tested. This means that in the EU, essential oils cannot be licensed to make remedial claims in relation to a specific disease or adverse condition of the body of mind.
We do want you to be as informed as possible when using our essential oils and therefore would suggest that you do your own research either through an accredited aromatherapy course or using reliable books by industry recognised experts Robert Tisserand, Len Price or Shirley Price. The Aromatherapy Trade Council operate a voluntary code of conduct which we abide by and they are a good source of information. Aromatherapists registered with the IFPA may also be able to offer you advice. Please be wary of information you find on the internet as it is mostly unregulated and often promotes unsafe practices and makes unsubstantiated claims.
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