Six reasons to sprinkle some more
May help prevent cell damage
May have many anti-inflammatory properties
May promote antimicrobial activity
May alleviate digestive issues
May restore hormone balance in women
May help treat polycystic ovary syndrome
Moderation is key
Repeated intake at higher doses may cause interreference with certain medications.
Marjoram is used in salad dressings, meat dishes, preserved meats, tomato-based sauces and is the perfect addition to savory dry spice rubs and seasonings.
Marjoram is an aromatic, perennial herb that belongs to the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is native to the Mediterranean and western Asia and can be grown as an annual in northern climates.