Yellowish to Greenish liquid with herby, spicy, somewhat anise aroma
Description : These are perennial herbs that have smooth narrow leaves; an erect stem up to 1,2 metres tall. Native to Europe, southern Russia and western Asia, these are available all over the world.
Constituents & Specifications : Estragole (methyl chavicol), ocimene and phellandrene, cineol Specific Gravity : 0.860 - 0.950 @ 25.00 °C Refractive Index : 1.50400 - 1.52000 @ 20.00 °C
Properties : Anti-rheumatic, aperitif, digestive, deodorant, emmenagogue, stimulant and vermifuge.
Benefits & Uses :
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.
In vapor therapy and diluted in the bath, tarragon oil can help with the digestive system and for menstrual pains.
As a blended massage oil, tarragon oil can assist with the digestive and genito-urinary systems.