Tarragon: Essential Oil
Latin Name: Artemisia dracunculus L.
Part of plant: Leaves
Grade: Pure & Natural
Aroma Character: Sweet-anisic, typical of plant
Blends Well with: Carrot Seed, Juniper, Fir
Tarragon Properties: Generally stimulating, promotes digestion, stomachic; diuretic, anti-spasmodic; against rheumatism; promotes menstruation; vermifuge, antiviral; "anti-carcinogenic."
Tarragon Indications: Aerophagy, hiccups, inflammed and spasmodic colitis, constipation; neuromuscular cramps, spasmophilia, vegetative dystonia; painful and irregular menstruation, premenstrual syndrome;, viral diseases; kidney inflammation; sciatica; intestinal parasites.
Tarragon Main Components: Methyl chavicol, estragol, zymene, linayl acetate.
Tarragon Contraindications, side effects: None known for normal dosages.
Tarragon Essential Oil has a rich, sweet, spicy, anise-like green scent. It is light yellow in colour and has a thin consistency. The helath benefits of Tarragon Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties like anti rheumatic, circulatory, deodorant and stimulant.