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Angelica Root - Angelica archangelica
Angelica Root - Angelica archangelica
Angelica Root - Angelica archangelica
Angelica Root - Angelica archangelica
Angelica Root - Angelica archangelica

Angelica Root - Angelica archangelica

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Angelica Root cut and sifted - No during pregnancy. Can cause thinning blood. Do not use if thin blood is a health concern. Consult a doctor before use.

Historically herbalists have used the roots and seeds of this plant. 

It was given the nickname of ‘Root of the Holy Ghost’. Angelica is somewhat unique because it is one of the few aromatic plants that are native to the colder climates of northern Russia, Lithuania, and Norway and in even colder regions. Angelica history, according to at least one work, included its use as a life-saving food.

 Angelica is somewhat unique because it is one of the few aromatic plants that are native to the colder climates of northern Russia, Lithuania, and Norway and in even colder regions. Angelica history, according to at least one work, included its use as a life-saving food. Inhabitants of Iceland were said to have relied on Angelica when other food was unavailable.

Paracelsus (1493-1541), an alchemist and physician, who lived during the plague epidemic of 1510 in Milan, referred to Angelica as a ‘marvelous medicine’ . Paracelsus, born Phillip von Hohenheim, took the name Paracelsus (meaning “equal to or greater than Celsus”) in what would appear to be a claim that his expertise and knowledge exceeded that of the Roman from the 1st Century known for his tract on medicine.

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