Angelica has been used in many countries throughout Europe and Asia for hundreds of years. Angelica is a unique herb with a very noticeable and recognizable scent. The most common word used to describe the scent of Angelica is herbaceous. In Europe during medieval times Angelica was used for warding off the plague and other sicknesses in the home. Angelica is used for heartburn, intestinal gas (flatulence), loss of appetite (anorexia), arthritis, circulation problems, "runny nose" (respiratory catarrh), nervousness, plague, and trouble sleeping (insomnia).
It's also able to help with anxiety! Angelica is also found in many alcohols, including different types of gin from around the world. Angelica is primarily used for protection spells in different forms of paganism. Keep it on your person in an amulet or satchel is especially powerful for young women to protect themselves. Angelica shouldn't be used by pregnant women though as it can be teratogenic. All Herbs are in 1 oz. packages.
Herbs are plants that contain healing properties and can potentially assist with a number of health problems. They have exotic flavors and unique aromas, that are used to enhance the taste and smell of your food. Consumed dried or fresh, herbs are beneficial either way.
The organic compounds in herbs contain many impressive health benefits, varying widely depending on the species. Some help by boosting psychological health, others by reducing the risk of cancer, regulating bowel movement, fighting inflammation, or simply by their rich content of various antioxidants. These are essential nutrients the body uses to fight various health problems, support cardiovascular health, fight against bacteria and fungus, and more. And the list doesn't stop there ; others botanicals can help with fighting the symptoms of cough and cold, alleviating pains, supporting flawless skin, healthy bones, promoting long hair and fighting infections.
Each herb possesses unique ways of helping you to stay healthy and support your body, mind, and spirit. Herbs are used for a variety of purposes. In addition to medicines, herbs are often used for making teas, bathing, body care products, flower essences, supplements, and as a fragrance.
Although certain herbs have medical science behind their use, and are even used by medical professionals in treatments, They are NOT effective unless under the supervision of a medical professional, as something as simple as a wrong dose, or an interaction can have severe and lasting implications. Please, if you have a medical condition, consult your medical provider.