Tarragon Essential Oil

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Tarragon Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Artimisia dracunculus
Plant Part: Leaves
Extraction Method: Steam
Origin: France

Description: Tarragon is a perennial herb that thrives near water. It has a woody stem that reaches to about 1 meter (3 feet) high. The leaves are silver-green and covered with fine silky hairs and pale yellow flowers.

Colour: Pale to light yellow

Consistency: Thin

Note: Middle

Strength of Aroma: Medium

Blends Well With: Tarragon blends well with Lavender, Pine and Basil. Success blending may also take place with spice oils, though this may require some trial and error to preference.

Aromatic Scent:Tarragon has a richly sweet, anise-like (black licorice), green scent with spicy tones.

History: The name is derived from the Arabic word Tharkhoum and the Latin word Dracunculus meaning little dragon - probably because of the way the root seems to coil up like a dragon.
Cautions: Tarragon oil is a non-irritant and non-sensitizing essential oil. Nonetheless, it can be moderately toxic due to the methyl chavicol in the oil. Therefore, it should be used in dilution and avoided completely during pregnancy.
Important Note: The information provided is for educational purposes only.

Specification Documents

Tarragon - Allergens.pdf
Tarragon - IFRA.pdf
Tarragon - SDS.pdf
Tarragon - Spec.pdf
Tarragon Vegan Statement.pdf
Tarragon Flow Chart.pdf
Tarragon GMO.pdf