The medicinal plant used in this study is Origanum majorana
Tarchoun et al., "Salt effect on phenolics and antioxidant activities of Tunisian and Canadian sweet marjoram (Origanum majorana
L.) shoots," Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2012.
You may also have seen pot marjoram (origanum onites) and sweet marjoram (origanum majorana
"Oil of oregano is not to be confused with common oregano in the kitchen spice cupboard, which is usually marjoram (Origanum majorana
In the current study we evaluated the fumigant toxicity of savory Satureja thymbra L., Turkish oregano Origanum onites L., marjoram Origanum majorana
L., laurel Laurus nobilis L., myrtle Myrtus communis L., lemon Citrus limon L., sticky goosefoot Chenopodium botrys L., thyme Thymus sipyleus Boiss., tansy Tanecetum armenum (DC.) Suchultz Bip.
[I.sup.+1-+2] [II.sup.+2-12] grandiflora (End.) Origanum majorana
[II.sup.+2-+3] [II.sup.+2] Dactylis glomerata subsp.
IF YOU ever go to a good Italian restaurant for a pizza or other typically Italian dish, the chances are that somewhere in the food the chef will have used origanum majorana
Trivino and Johnson, (2000) have reported that total yield of volatile oil of (Origanum majorana
L.) was increased by 50% as P was increased up to 3.0 mM in soil solution (Trivino and Johnson, 2000).
Ursolic acid  obtained from Origanum majorana
has also been reported to possess AChE inhibitory activity (Chung et al., 2001).
One favorite synergistic oil blend for helping relieve PMS symptoms and headaches caused from hormonal imbalances is thirty drops clary sage (Salvia sclarea), twenty drops fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), twenty drops marjoram (Origanum majorana
), five drops jasmine (Jasminum officinale) and eight drops sage (Salvia officinalis).