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Tarragon oil

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Tarragon oil:

The oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the tarragon plant and is generally colourless, perhaps very slightly green. The smell is reminiscent of anise or fennel, and it has a wonderful, slightly spicy, taste.


Tarragon therapeutic grade essential oil is simple and convenient to use for medicinal use; and you can use it for cooking as well! Just in case you have run out of the herb, just place a drop in your salad dressing or sauce. It’s that easy.

Health Benefits of Tarragon oil:

This is grown in Italy or France and is very high in anti-oxidants.

Tarragon oil has been shown to have anti-cancer activity against cervical and skin cancer at fairly low concentrations according to a study by Brigham Young University. 

Tarragon essential oil is in one of my favorite professionally made blends, Di-Gize that is specifically designed to address all your stomach upset. It also contains ginger, peppermint, lemongrass and fennel essential oils

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