Marjoram, Spanish Essential Oil (Thymus mastichina)
Marjoram, Spanish may also be referred to as mastic thyme, spanish wild marjoram. It is typically processed using steam or hydro distillation as a method for extracting oil from the flowering plant/herb.
- Aroma Description:
- Common Name(s): mastic thyme, spanish wild marjoram
Synonyms(s) for Thymus mastichina: Origanum mastichina, Satureja mastichina, Thymus suavis
- Botanical Family: Lamiaceae
- Botanical Genus: Thymus
- Perfumery Note: Middle
- Indigenous Country: Spain
- Cultivation: Distiller is Certified Organic
- Processing Methods: Steam or Hydro Distillation
- Part Typically Used: Flowering plant/herb
- Shelf Life: 4-5 years
- Ethically and sustainably sourced
Benefits & Uses
Therapeutic Benefits of Marjoram, Spanish:
Anti-bacterial Anti-fungal Anti-septic Cicatrisant Decongestant Expectorant
Energetic, Spiritual, and Emotional Qualities
Energetics and Chakras Qualites of Marjoram, Spanish:
Marjoram, Spanish Articles or Publications:
- PubMed: Fungicide activity of Thymus mastichina and Mentha rotundifolia in plants in vitro.
- PubMed: Thymus mastichina: chemical constituents and their anti-cancer activity.
- PubMed: Antimicrobial activity of food-compatible plant extracts and chitosan against naturally occurring micro-organisms in tomato juice.
- PubMed: Nematicidal activity of essential oils and volatiles derived from Portuguese aromatic flora against the pinewood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus.
- PubMed: A phytogeochemical study of the Trás-os-Montes region (NE Portugal): possible species for plant-based soil remediation technologies.
- PubMed: Insecticidal activity of some essential oils against larvae of Spodoptera littoralis.
- PubMed: Antimicrobial activity of five essential oils against origin strains of the Enterobacteriaceae family.
- PubMed: Plant community tolerant to trace elements growing on the degraded soils of São Domingos mine in the south east of Portugal: environmental implications.
- PubMed: Antimicrobial activity of essential oils isolated from Portuguese endemic species of Thymus.