• Induce appetite
  • Relieve stomach cramp
  • Cure toothache
  • Fight fatigue
  • Substitute for salt for people with high blood pressure
  • Promote the production of bile by the liver, which aids in digestion and helps to speed the process of eliminating toxic waste in the body.
  • Tarragon is extremely valuable in removing intestinal worm
  • mild sedative
  • mild menstruation-inducing properties
  • Chew tarragon leaf to stop hiccups
  • Anti-Bacterial properties for cuts
  • Depression
  • Scientific studies warn that high doses of estragole are toxic due to their carcinogenic potential when used in high doses or when performing long treatments. For its thujone content, has abortifacient properties and emmenagogue effect. Do not take if you are pregnant. Take tarragon in recommended doses and not perpetuate the treatment more than 10 days.
Ingredients & Weight
Dried tarragon leaves
1 teaspoon
Dried peppermint leaves
1 teaspoon
Dried spearmint leaves

1 teaspoon

Preparation directions
  • Assemble all the ingredients and place in a tea ball.
  • Note: If you don't own a tea ball, then you can put the ingredients directly in the water and then strain out later.
  • Place tea ball in hot water and steep for 10 minutes.
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Ingredients & Weight
Fresh tarragon leaves
1 tablespoon
Boiling water
8 oz
Preparation directions
  • Bring 8 oz. of water to a rolling boil and pour over fresh leaves. Let steep five minutes.
  • Variations: For indigestion, add a little grated ginger or a few mint leaves to the tea. It's a double whammy that'll settle your tummy in no time. Sweeten tarragon with fresh stevia leaves or honey . They're both delicious.
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How often to use

Tarragon should be used sparingly due to its content of estragole. The estragole is the major component of the essential oil of tarragon, which is also found in other spices such as star anise, fennel and basil.

Scientific proof
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