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“May be called French Tarragon. Books of herb lore and magic might call Tarragon ‘Little Dragon’.
Botanical Name : Artemisia dracunculus
“May be called French Tarragon. Books of herb lore and magic might call Tarragon ‘Little Dragon’. This oil is an antispasmodic and can be taken internally in small doses for spasms of the digestive tract. May be mildly toxic when used this way, use care. It is a general tonic for the digestive system, it eases colitis, indigestion, gas, and dyspepsia. When applied topically it eases sciatica and muscular cramps and spasms. Tarragon can induce menstruation and ease PMS.
Tarragon contains up to 75% methyl chavicol, a phenol. Pure phenols are toxic. They are synthetic and carcinogenic, derived from mineral oil. Plant phenols; however, have a hydroxyl group (OH) and a short carbon chain. Stimulating and irritating. The methyl chavicol in Tarragon is a mucous membrane irritant, toxic and carcinogenic in animals.”