Tarragon Oil

Product detail

Raw Material:Leaves
Botanical Name:Artemisia Dracunculus
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Consistency: Thin
Strength of Aroma: Medium
Blends: Lavender, Pine and Birch Sweet

Tarragon oil is extracted from the leaves and the flowering tops by steam distillation.
Therapeutic properties
The therapeutic properties of Tarragon oil are anti-rheumatic, aperitif, digestive, deodorant, emmenagogue,
stimulant and vermifuge.
Chemical composition
The main chemical components are estragole (methyl chavicol), ocimene and phellandrene, cineol etc
Tarragon oil is non-irritant and non-sensitizing but can be moderately toxic due to the methyl chavicol in the oil,
and should therefore be used in moderation and should be avoided during pregnancy.

Tarragon oil stimulates the appetite and has a pronounced effect on the sluggish digestive system.
It can be helpful for anorexia, dyspepsia, flatulence, hiccups, internal spasm and nervous indigestion, as well
as helpful for menstrual pains and to regulate periods.
Vapor therapy or used in a bath
In vapor therapy and diluted in the bath, tarragon oil can help with the digestive system and for menstrual pains.
Blended massage oil
As a blended massage oil, tarragon oil can assist with the digestive and genito-urinary systems.
Tarragon oil blends well with
Although essential oils normally blend well together, it blends particularly well with carrot seed, lavender, limeand rosewood.
Health Benefits of Tarragon Essential Oil
The health benefits of Tarragon Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties like anti rheumatic, aperitif, circulatory,
digestive, deodorant, emenagogue, stimulant and vermifuge.
The medicinal uses of Tarragon were known long ago and this herb is also used in cooking. Doesn’t the name sounds
close to a Dragon? Yeah! You are right and the common name and the botanical name of tarragon means “Little Dragon”.
By the way, its botanical name is Artemisia Dracunculus, wherein Dracunculus means “Little Dragon”. The exact reason
behind this name is not known.
The Essential Oil of Tarragon is extracted by steam distillation of its leaves and flowering tops and it is made up of
cineol, estragole, ocimene and phellandrene etc. as its chief components.
May be it is in these medicinal properties what gave this plant this peculiar name. Who knows? Let us find out now.
Health Benefits of Tarragon Essential Oil
Antirheumatic: There are two main causes behind rheumatism and arthritis. The first is improper circulation of blood and
lymph, especially in the limbs, and the second is accumulation of toxins like uric acid in body. So, it is obvious what its
cure would be. It should be a circulatory first, that is, it should increase or facilitate circulation, and then it should be
detoxifier, that is, it should help remove toxins from the body.

The Tarragon Essential Oil helps with the first case. It has good circulatory properties and increases circulation which
brings warmth to the affected parts as well as does not let the uric acid accumulate at a particular place. It also helps
detoxification by stimulating urination and excretion, through which toxins are removed.

Aperitif: It stimulates secretion of digestive juices into the stomach which increases appetite. This starts right from the
mouth where the production of saliva is stimulated. Down below, the gastric juices and bile are secreted into the stomach
which speeds up digestion of the food already present, if any, in the stomach and empties the stomach, which in turn
increases appetite.

Circulatory: The Essential Oil of Tarragon improves circulation of blood and phlegm and helps in the proper distribution
of nutrients, oxygen, hormones and enzymes throughout the body as well as does not let toxins accumulate at
particular places, such as joints.

Digestive: This oil speeds up digestion by stimulating secretion of digestive juices (gastric juices such as acids and bile)
into the stomach which helps break down food into various nutrients and by stimulating the peristaltic motion of the
intestines which facilitates the motion of food through the whole digestive system.

Deodorant: The spicy smell of tarragon is used to keep body odour away. It also inhibits growth of microbes on the
skin thereby further reducing the body odour.

Emenagogue: It eases menstruations, clears obstructions in menses and regulates periods. Further, it also gives relief
from the problems like abdominal pain, nausea, fatigue, annoyance etc.

Stimulant: It stimulates brain, nervous system, digestive system, circulatory system and the endocrinal system.
This in turn stimulates the whole metabolic system and as a result, growth and immunity are stimulated.

Vermifuge: The toxicity of this oil kills the worms in the body. These include the round worms and tape worms
found in the intestines, hook worms which can abode any part of the body and even maggots on thewounds.
It is okay till it is used externally, but care should be taken when taking it orally because it is toxic.

Other Benefits: It increases appetite and treats anorexia, dyspepsia, flatulence, gas, infections in the urinary system etc.

Few Words of Caution: This oil is poisonous due presence of estragole, which is another name for methyl chavicol and hence should not be given to young children and pregnant ladies.

Blending: with carrot seed, lavender, lime and rosewood

Packaging Detail:     Well Packed In Aluminum Bottles & G.I Drums.

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