Angelica (Angelica archangelica L.), known also as garden angelica or wild celery grows on damps soils of north Europe. The plant itself can be a beautiful decoration of flower beds.
Angelica Root can be used in gin distillation and have some culinary uses. In small quantities, it can also be used as an additive to soups, in particular broth, as a substitute or together with Lovage Leaf. Due to its specific smell, the Angelica Root is also used to flavor cakes, beer, and tinctures. That herb is sometimes added to perfumes and cosmetics.
How To Use Angelica Root Health Embassy
1-3 tsp of Angelica Root pour 1 cup (200 ml) boiling water and leave covered for 10-15 minutes. Then strain, cool and drink twice a day for half a glass in the morning and evening.
Pour 1-3 tsp of Angelica Root into a glass (200 ml) of cold water and boil for around 15 - 20 minutes. After this time strain the decoction, let it cool and drink.
100 g of Angelica Root pour 500 ml of 50-70% strength spirit and let it stand for 14 days. After this time strain the mixture and pour into a bottle. You can add some sugar or honey to improve the taste. Take 2-3 times a day for half a tsp (in total, do not exceed 5 ml in a day).
You can use it also externally.
4 tbsp of Angelica Root pour 2 liters of water and cook covered on very low heat for at least 15 minutes, then strain. Add the prepared decoction to the bath.
An infusion for better sleep
Mix 50 g of Angelica Root with 50 g of Valerian Root. 1 tbsp of these roots mixture pour 1 cup (200 ml) boiling water and brew undercover for 10 minutes, then strain. Drink it warm before the bedtime.
This product description is for informational purposes only.
It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.