Marjoram Essential Oil for Menstruation and Pressure
Components of the Marjoram Essential Oil
The chief components of the Marjoram Essential Oil include the following: Gamma Terpineol, Terpineol, Linalyl Acetate, Sabinene Hydrate, Linalool, Terpinolene, Cymene, Gamma Terpinene, Alpha Terpinene, and Sabinene. The scientific name of the marjoram plant, or the Knotted Marjoram is Origanum Marjorana.
Health Benefits and Uses of Marjoram Essential Oil
It is an analgesic, which means it can reduce the pain associated with headaches, toothaches, overexertion of muscles, inflammation, fevers, and colds.
The oil is a natural antiseptic, which means it can be effective in healing internal and external wounds quickly. It can also protect the wounds from being infected.
The oil is also antiviral, meaning it can help in curing measles, pox, mumps, influenza, and the common cold.
The Marjoram Essential Oil is diuretic, which means that it can increase the frequency and quantity of urination. This further means that it will remove excess toxins from your body.
The Marjoram Oil can be used for promoting digestion. It also stimulates the secretion of digestive juices such as bile, acids, and gastric juices.
The oil stimulates the peristaltic movement of the intestines, and can help ingest food for regular bowel movements.
The Marjoram Oil can help regulate the metabolism and relax the excretory system as a whole.
The oil has the opposite effects of being an aphrodisiac. It helps control one’s sexual desires, and can be helpful for those suffering from extreme sexual urges.
Since the oil is diuretic, it means that the body increases a lot of water from your body. This means that you should drink more water to make up for the water that you are secreting, to prevent dehydration, which is also dangerous for your health.
Pregnant and nursing women should consult a trusted health care professional for opinion before using the oil in any way, shape, or form.