Tarragon, also known as Estragon, is a perennial herb that is native to Eurasia and the northern regions of North America. This herb, which can grow to be four to six feet tall, can spread quickly via rhizome roots. Tarragon offers many health benefits, everything from providing anti-oxidants to promoting muscle growth to aiding in digestion. Tarragon can be used in baked and sauteed dishes or steeped in water to form a tea.
Free radicals are those molecules in the body that are the by-products of oxygen and nitrogen atoms. These unassigned molecules can disrupt normal cell growth and lead the cells to be open to disease. Tarragon leaves work to neutralize these free radicals and cause them to be eliminated by the body naturally.
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