Angelica archangelica

origin : Croatia


Angelica root is an herb native to eastern North America that has a variety of wonderful uses.

The Angelica Root herb, which is also known as Angelica archangelica, is a tall, stout plant with large white flowers. It grows to a height of between four and six feet, and is found from Ontario to Tennessee.

It is a popular amongst organic herbs because it contains vitamins B12, fructose, glucose, magnesium, iron, potassium, thiamin, sucrose, zinc and trace minerals.



  • alterative
  • expectorant
  • antimicobrial
  • antiseptic
  • antispasmodic
  • diaphoretic
  • carminative
  • astringent
  • analgesic
  • anti inflammatory
  • antibacterial



  • warm + bitter


Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy

Angelica Root

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