• Great culinary thyme with a pungent eucalyptus-like aroma.
  • Tiny, oval-shaped, green leaves, which have an intense flavour.
  • The plant is also the source of an essential oil, called 'oil of marjoram', that is used extensively as a flavouring for soups etc.
  • The leaves, and especially the essential oil contained in them, are strongly antiseptic, deodorant and disinfectant.
  • Leaves are used to make a tea useful in treating sore throats, catarrh and colds. Infusions are used for arthritis and rheumatism.
  • Native to Spain and Portugal.
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