Angelica Root

Botanical Name

Angelica Archangelica


Often referred to as the “Oil of angels”. Thought to originally have been introduced to Europe via Africa in the 16th century, where it was a popular treatment for the Plague. Oil is obtained through distillation of the roots, rhizome and herb of the plant.

Benefits and Uses

Anti-spasmodic: Effective in treating cramps, severe coughing and stomach pains.

Carminative: Highly effective at driving out gas from the lower intestine.

Digestive: Promotes healthy digestion by stimulating the digestive juices in the stomach.

Relaxant: Has a calming effect on the nerves, and can be used for shock, depression, anxiety and anger.


Angelica should not be used by pregnant women or diabetics.

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