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Essential Oils

Organic tarragon essential oil

An aromatic plant traditionally used in cooking as a condiment. Although it originated in Russia and Siberia, it has been well acclimatised in Europe since the Middle Ages. Its roots undulate and snake. And its small leaves and flower heads concentrate characteristic, slightly bitter aniseed aromas, which are found in its essential oil.

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Quality Botanical family: Asteraceae Latin name: Artemisia dracunculus Other names: Dragoness, Serpentine, Dragon grass Origin: France Cultivation: Controlled organic agriculture - Certisys-BE1 control Distilled part: Flowering plant Production process: Steam distillation Quality: 100% pure, natural and chemotyped - Food Olfactory notes: aniseed, spicy Main constituents Ethers: methyl chavicol (77%), methyl eugenol Monoterpenes (20%): cis beta oxymene, limonene, alpha pinene Our opinion The present organic version has been slow to appear on the market. Here it is at last, and let's hope for a long time: its interest is immense when we know that conventionally grown tarragon is abundantly treated with pesticides. Organic quality, it should be remembered, is one of the fundamental criteria of a well understood aromatherapy. Precautions for use Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding, or in young children. Irritating to dermocaustic and aggressive for the mucous membranes: always make sure to dilute it well. Externally, always combine with mild essential oils. Do not apply on an open wound. Not recommended in case of liver disorders, coagulation disorders or anticoagulant treatment. To be used on the advice of a health professional and for a short period of time. Risk of allergy (limonene): take care not to overdose in mixtures. An elbow test is recommended prior to any skin application (min 48 hours before use). Avoid contact with the eyes. Keep out of reach of children.

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