New: organic Marjoram dried herbs

This plant is native to North Africa. Like most of the Lamiaceae (thyme, lavender, mint..), the Greeks associated it with the goddess Aphrodite and attributed to it tonic aphrodisiac virtues... In the Middle Ages, its digestive properties were praised in the kitchen.

This plant has a very fine herbaceous, slightly peppery smell and can be used in herbal teas. It is also sometimes added to "Herbes de Provence" mixtures.

Cultivated under organic and fair trade methods by our partner farmers, this herb is now available for herbalists or dried herbs processing. It will soon be certified Authentic Provence.