Essential Oil Marjoram Spanish

Perfumery Note: Middle

Botanical Name: Thymus Mastichina

Aromatic Description: Marjoram Spanish Essential Oil smells Pungent, herbal and green with spicy notes.

Consistency: Thin

Marjoram Spanish Essential Oil Uses:

  • Anxiety

  • Coughs

  • Colds

  • Depression

  • Influenza

  • Inflammation

  • Insomnia

  • Lethargy

  • Muscle spasms

  • Muscle fatigue

  • Nervousness

Native to the Iberian Peninsula of Portugal and Spain, Spanish Marjoram is a wild growing Mediterranean herb. Its appearance is actually more similar to Thyme than Marjoram, which is reflected in the plant’s botanical name: Thymus Mastichina.

Spanish marjoram oil can be easily confused with the essential oil from oregano, which is also called wild marjoram. But make no mistake, Spanish marjoram has numerous standout qualities that set it apart from other essential oils.

It should not be used interchangeable with sweet marjoram. These oils have different key constituents. Spanish marjoram can be used in similar ways as other 1,8-cineole rich oils like eucalyptus and rosemary.

With its bright powerful scent, Spanish marjoram makes a nice addition to topical salves and stimulating diffuser blends.

Marjoram Spanish Essential Oil blends well with Citrus oils like sweet orange and tangerine, other spice oils, including basil, thyme, and black pepper, forest needle oils, and floral oils like lavender, clary sage, and chamomile.

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