There are many creative ways to use marjoram outside the kitchen. Try using this medicinal herb in your homemade salves, tinctures, and balms to help fight infection, sooth burns and bruises, relax muscle tension, ease joint inflammation, treat blemishes, and calm your mind.
You can also add fresh leaves or essential oils of marjoram to your bath water to receive its benefits and relax your mind and body. Marjoram baths are an easy and enjoyable way to relieve pain and treat insomnia or stress, and it is good for your skin too. Marjoram essential oil is known to be one of the most calming fragrances, proven to relax the brain waves. Due to its ability to relax and wash away stress, marjoram is commonly used as massage oil.
You might also want to try placing some fresh or dried marjoram in your closets, dressers, or drawers to keep them smelling delicately sweet and fresh. Try adding it to your potpourri to enliven an entire room, or place some dried branches in a vase as a centerpiece.
Try adding the use of marjoram to your life. Play with its many properties and uses and see if it can improve your mood, health, sleep, cooking and more.
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