Also Known As: Sweet Marjoram or Knotted Marjoram
Taste and Aroma: Subtle, delicate, sweet and pleasant.
Uses: Meat dishes, meat loaf, liverwurst, sausage, chicken or turkey stuffing, chesses, sauces and soups.
Substitutes: Marjoram Leaves, Greek Oregano or Thyme
Fun Fact: In ancient times it was believed that eternal bliss would be granted if marjoram grew on one's grave.
-May be used as a muscle relaxer to reduce stiffness and pain caused by arthritis, sprains and bruises
-May reduce symptoms caused by tension headaches
-May help reduce symptoms caused by mild digestive problems
-May help with insomnia and anxiety
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