We harvest marjoram from July to October during flowering using a sickle. It dries on racks of one square meter, in a thin layer, for 3 days.

Its Latin name: Origanum majorana

Its traditional uses
Marjoram is recommended traditionally for digestive disorders, insomnia, cramps, intestinal worms. It helps the stomach to fulfill its role, and is emerging as an anti-stress and calming the nervous system plant for centuries.

Marjoram in Manfolium herbal teas
Marjoram is an essential herbal plant. It is presented in “Minuit à Granville” and “Grandes marées.”