Country of Origin: Hungary, Organic
Botanical Name: Artemisia dracunculus
Plant Part: Leaves
Note: Herby, Spicy, Somewhat Anise


Dancing Rain Medicine Woman writes:

Tarragon, Organic: Hungary (Artemisia dracunculus)

-GRAS- It assists inflammation, muscular spasms, viruses, sciatica, infections, and bacteria. It assists and balances intestinal activity relieving spasms and discomfort, beneficial for upset stomach, nausea, parasites, relieves colitis, anorexia, dyspepsia, gas, hiccups, nervous and sluggish digestion. it assists urinary tract infection, pre-menstrual discomfort and pain, gout, arthritis, rheumatism, anti-cancerous heart spasm, palpitations, and is a general circulatory stimulant.

Tarragon strengthens the immune system reduces physical weakness and eases abnormal tendency for convulsions. Blends well with Anise Seed, Fennel, Ginger Root, Juniper Berry, Carrot Seed, Lavender, Rosewood, Lime, and Peppermint. Aromatic Influences: for emotional distress, allows one to digest and assimilate new ideas. Descriptor: Alkalizing, antispasmodic, anti-febrile, adaptogenic, calming. Constituent: Phenylpropanes-Aldehydes/Coumarins.

Traditional Application: It is best mixed with carrier oil before applying topically on location.

From “Weigh Less, Eat Like Royalty, by Authoress Menkit Prince” comes the recipe:

Tlaquepaque Tarragon Dressing

(makes nearly a cup)

1/4 cup tahini

1/2 cup carrot and beet juice mix

2Tablespoons lemon or lime juice

2 teaspoons reduced-salt soy cause or Braggs

1 drop Tarragon oil

In a bowl, cream tahini with carrot/beet juice mix. Stir in lemon or lime juice, soy sauce and Tarragon oil. Very good on green leafies and rice.

Please watch Dancing Rains very own reading about Tarragon below!



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