Main Chemical Components: Methyl chavicol, d-limonene, ocimene
Blends Well With: geranium, lavender, pine, roman chamomile, and bergamot
Tarragon Description and Uses:
Tarragon essential oil is very high in methyl chavicol, and should be used sparingly if applied topically. A strong anti-spasmodic, tarragon has been used for digestive sluggishness, gas pain, and menstrual pain/bloating. In inhalation blends, tarragon can help increase alertness and concentration.
Antispasmodic, carminative, stimulant, and decongestant
Dilute well if using topically and avoid prolonged use. Avoid during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
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