Marjoram oil, Sweet, Egypt: The aroma is spicy and warm but is not particularly
sweet by itself. In blends it can add a subtle sweetness. Fragrance
professionals like Arctander describe the scent as slightly woody and similar
to nutmeg and cardamom. He also compares it to tea tree, pointing out similar
notes. Natural constituents include linalool, methyl chavicol, Cineol, eugenol
and terpineol. Steam distillation of the flowering plant yields less than half
a percent. The plant is native to Asia and Africa but is cultivated extensively throughout Europe and the US.
Warm, green, woody-sweet
aroma. Relaxing, soothing, for stress relief, it has a warming effect on
both mind and body. Good for migraines, and soothes tense and sore muscles
after exercise. It is beneficial for occasional simple nervous tension. Sedative,
use sparingly. Anaphrodisiac. Avoid in early pregnancy.
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