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Tarragon essential oil
    Tarragon essential oil
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    Botanical Name: Artemisia dracunculus L.

    Plant Part: "Leaves, flowering tops"

    Country of Origin: France

    Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation

    Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus L., a/k/a Estragon; Hungary). The color of this oil ranges from colorless to greenish-yellow with a sweet-anisic, green-spicy, slightly celerey-like odor, very similar to that of the fresh herb. This EO tends to resinify on ageing, it becomes dark yellow and sticky, viscous and loses its fresh green note and pleasant aroma.

    Estragole is the main constituent of tarragon oil and it is found in pine and in american turpentine oil. This oil is said to stimulate the appetite and may assist with flatulence and hiccups. May be applied in a massage for menstrual pains. Blends well with galbanum, lavender, cinnamon and oakmoss. UN #3082, Class 9, Packing Group III, flash point 70C/158F, cannot ship via air or ocean.

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    Polyvalent oil that brings life to my perfume compositions.
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    Simon Bergeron (Montréal, QC, CA) | August 21st, 2016
    Tarragon essential oil is herbaceous, penetrating and fresh. I find it very polyvalent for my perfume compositions. On one side, it reminds me the smell of real lavender leaves, with its velvety herbaceous scent – so it has the advantage of the smell of lavender without the eucalyptus-like smell that lavender essential oil has at first sniff. And on the other side, it has an anise/liquorice smell the makes it very recognizable – though here the anise/liquorice side is rather mellow and not too heavy. It is a shimmering scent in a good way and brings life to my natural perfume compositions. I like it very much.
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    Essential oils: in 1/32 oz. to 1/4 oz...amber glass vials with orifice reducers. ½ oz. to 2 amber glass bottles with white caps and Eurodroppers...3 to 4 oz. in amber glass bottles with black caps and without orifice reducers...7 oz. in aluminum bottles...15 oz. in amber glass bottles with black caps...10 & 25 lbs. in HDPE plastic containers with wide mouths although, occasionally, 25 lbs. may be dispensed in factory-issued metal containers with pouring spouts.

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    NOTE: An EO may safely remain inside an aluminum container for up to 3 months, but if storing longer than 3 months the oil should be transferred to amber glass. Fragrances and carrier oils up to 8 lbs. may remain inside HDPE plastic bottles indefinitely. If the customer at any time feels more comfortable transferring a product to glass this should be done. ALL PRODUCTS ARE DISPENSED BY WEIGHT, THUS, SOME CONTAINERS MAY BE FILLED HIGHER THAN OTHERS DEPENDING ON THE WEIGHT AND VISCOSITY OF EACH PRODUCT.

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