Tarragon Oral Drop

Tarragon Drop | Barij Essence Pharmaceutical Company

Appetizer

Alleviation of hiccups

Appetite can be affected by various parameters, which are complemented by the brain, and most importantly, hypothalamus. The incoming messages to the hypothalamus include: afferent nerves, hormones and metabolites.

The messages from the vagus nerve transfer information from the viscera (for instance distention of the intestines). Hormonal messages include: leptin, insulin, cortisol and intestinal peptides, which are transferred to the brain through the direct function of hypothalamic control center or the vagus nerve. Metabolites such as glucose can affect appetite, in a way that a drop in blood glucose stimulates appetite; however, glucose is not ordinarily considered a major regulator of appetite. The above-mentioned messages cause release of various peptides from the hypothalamus. It seems that physiologic and cultural parameters also play a role in the final manifestations of appetite.

Based on historical evidence, tarragon has been used to increase appetite, its mechanism having been explained as taking part in insulin signaling process.Tarragon is known as a general stimulant and digestive, appetizer and alleviator of hiccups. The essential oil of tarragon stimulates appetite.

To stimulate appetite: 3 times a day, take 10-20 drops each time with some fluids before a meal. 

To help stop hiccups: ingest a sugar cube on which 1-2 drops of Tarragon Oral Drop has been dripped.

  • Not to be taken beyond recommended amounts.  

Dosage form

Oral Drop

 

Packaging

15 ml drop with dropper in cardboard box

Patient information leaflet inside

Ingredients

  • Essential oil of tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus)

Active Ingredients

  • estragole
  • methyl chavicol
  • phellandrene
  • ocimene

Contraindications

Pregnancy, children under 4 years old.

 

Adverse Effects

With the recommended amount and appropriate administration, no adverse effect has been reported. (2)

 

Drug Interaction

No reported drug interaction. However, products containing tarragon may cause reduction of blood glucose, thinning of blood and inhibition of platelet aggregation.(4,5) Therefore, concomitant administration of tarragon and agents that reduce blood glucose or anti-coagulants may intensify their effect.

 

Administration during Pregnancy and Lactation

Not to be taken during pregnancy.

 

Further Notes

  • Keep Tarragon Oral Drop, like all other medication, away from sight and reach of children.
  • Tightly close the container right after administration and keep the medicine away from light and in 15-30°C.
  • Keep this leaflet; you may need to read it again.

Based on presence of at least 13 mg methyl chavicol per ml of the product.