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Tarragon (Estragon) Artemisia dranuculous Asteraceae family Grown and distilled in Corsica. Also known as Estragon, this is a perennial herb, used extensively …
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Tarragon (Estragon)

Artemisia dranuculous

Asteraceae family

Grown and distilled in Corsica.

Also known as Estragon, this is a perennial herb, used extensively in cooking, particularly beloved by the French.. It’s sweet, spicy, and peppery. The entire herb is distilled.


Tarragon, Are You a Wild Boar?

A Poem by Vi Khi Nao

Tarragon, are you a wild boar?

My friend, lemon zest, has not been that

Thyme, Cognac, falooda glass noodle

These things prowl the night without cape

Gooseberries or bacalao


Tarragon, are you a wild boar?

Each time I eat you, I stop breathing

Little owl, where is your happiness?

Wake up + make people believe

In you, gastrique + steaklette

Is that chive embarrassed?

To be with the savoy cabbage?


Tarragon, are you a wild boar?

I was born female, hyper-focused

Let me trim your skirt, halibut

It’s dragging salt against my oregano

Buttered by butter in no butter


Tarragon, are you a wild boar?

It’s too bad the caper isn’t wearing

A cape when the Peruvian potatoes

Are sitting on a bed of coals while

Floating down a river coconut

On the verge of falling off

A truffle, which is a

Shadow floating inside of a shadow



Tarragon (estragon) is a colorless, or very pale yellow to greenish-yellow liquid, with a sweet-anisic, green-spicy, slightly celery-like odor, very similar to that of the fresh herb.

The flavor of this oil is sweet and slightly spicy-aromatic, reminiscent of anise and basil with that faint celery note.

Tarragon (Estragon) is used perfumery, usually in trace amounts, in chypre, l’origan types, fougères, lilac bases, green floral bases, etc.

Blends well with galbanum, lavender, vanilla, clove, oakmoss etc

The flavor is extensively used in liquors and to replace the herb in commercial canning production.



Aromatherapy uses include:

Digestive system for indigestion, hiccups, flatulence, spasms, etc

Reproductive system for amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, PMS

Blending is suggested with sweet fennel, ginger, cardamom, peppermint, roman chamomile, clary sage, lavender, sweet marjoram.

Best used in a compress, massage, ointment, and inhalation. Not recommended for the bath.

Safety Warning

As with most essential oils, dilute before using on skin. Perform a patch test before use if essential oil sensitivity is suspected. Do not take essential oils internally. Do not use on children or pets. Seek advice from a trained aromatherapist before using on people with compromised immune systems. Keep away from eyes and mucus membranes.
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