Depending on where it is found, the plant may be known by other names, such as acapulco, fedegosão, mangerioba-do-pará, mangerioba-grande and mata-pasto-grande.
Properties of marjoram
Used for its diuretic, antifungal and laxative properties, marjoram can fight many diseases. However, the most advisable is that, before including it in any treatment, the doctor should be consulted. This will ensure that there are any adverse effects.
Once released, the plant can be used to treat various health problems. Among the most common are: anemia, liver congestion, dyspepsia, fever, gonorrhea, hemorrhoids, herpes, impingem, infection, malaria, whitewash and prevention of erysipelas and scabies.
How to use the plant
Large marjoram can be used to treat bacterial and fungal skin infections. Through the fresh shoots of the plant, just rub the infection site and wait to act. What is certain is that this intervention is done once a day, for a period of one week.
To treat hemorrhoids, an inflorescence refreshment must be prepared. To do this, just take this part of the plant, 200 ml of water, sugar to taste and mix it in a blender. For the treatment to have an effect, it is recommended to repeat the drinking process twice a day.
In addition to all the forms of use that were presented above, marjoram can be consumed in the form of tea. So, just separate 200 ml of filtered water and a piece of plant root. Put the water to boil, then, when the first bubbles start to appear, turn off and add the marjoram.
Leave the container capped for about 10 minutes. Then remove the root and the drink is ready to drink. The indication is that consumption does not exceed three cups a day. Tea is used to lower body temperature, or fever.
Even in the case of a natural substance, its use should be prescribed by the doctor, since high doses of the plant can cause acute nephritis that can be fatal, due to anthraquinones, especially in licks and homemade syrups made with the leaves.