Marjoram infusion is best known as a remedy for the common cold, but its uses are much more extensive. Find out why you should drink marjoram tea.
The taste of marjoram infusion is specific, but the health-promoting properties are invaluable. It has valuable essential oils, tannins, bitter compounds, flavonoids, mineral salts, group B and A vitamins, vitamin C, E, K as well as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. It is a natural remedy for cold and flu as well as stomach ailments. It also helps relieve cough symptoms, additionally warms up the body and has anti-inflammatory properties. The herb should be harvested in July or August. The cut twigs should be tied in bundles and dried in a dry and warm place