An aromatic perennial common in dry pastures and hedge banks. Small purple flowers July – September.
Same herb as Oregano. Used in a culinary or medicinal manner, Wild Marjoram can help with digestive issues. Used in cooking or made into a tea, it can help to improve the appetite and increase production of digestive enzymes that help to break food down. It can also alleviate flatulence, stomach cramps and constipation. Since ancient Greek times, it has also been used to treat sore throats, coughs, tooth aches.
Easy to grow, loved by bees and other pollinating insects.
Always consult with a professional before using herbs medicinally