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Sweet Marjoram has a very warm and herbal aroma, with a little of camphoraceous, woody, and spicy notes.
calms excessive thinking, reinforce self care, comforts and warms the body and mind, and calms the heart.
- CNS sedative
- Digestive aid
- Immune support
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