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Marjoram, or as it is called marjoram or wild thyme, is one of the plants that has a beautiful aroma and a unique taste, and it enters in many foods as an indispensable individual, maintains heart health, improves the work of the digestive system, treats lung problems, and is involved in the treatment of common cold Cold and contributes to relaxation and sleep.
Marjoram is considered to be a member of the aromatic family, which belongs to the mint family, and it still preserves its luster used since ancient times, and is cultivated a lot in the Mediterranean regions and has many names such as wild thyme and marjoram.
Marjoram is used..
- Spices that give food a special taste and aroma.
- And it enters in the oil industries where the oil is extracted from its leaves.
- Vitamin A.
- Vitamin K.
The benefits of Marjoram:
Solve problems related to the digestive system such as:
- Facilitate bowel movement.
- Contributes to opening the appetite.
- Solve the problem of indigestion.
- Solve the problem of constipation.
- Improve digestion.
- Get rid of flatulence and gas.
Helps reduce inflammation.
Treating problems related to colds, such as:
- Treating congestion.
- Tracheitis treatment.
- Sinus treatment.
- Treating cough
- It also works to prevent infectious diseases.
Helps improve lung function.
Marjoram helps relieve headache pain, improve mood, and aid in relaxation and sleep.
Contributes to delay the incidence of cancer diseases, as it works to resist and combat cancer cells and try to eliminate them.
For pregnant or breastfeeding women, many sources warn against using marjoram during pregnancy or breastfeeding, and it is advisable to return to consulting a doctor first about these cases.
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