1-Angelica Root Oil-
2-Scientific Name-Angelica archangelica, Family-Umbelliferae,
4- 100% pure.
Angelica Root Oil—
Scientific Name—Angelica archangelica,
Aroma—Sweet, herbaceous and a little musky,
A water-loving herbs often found near rivers and streams, Grows quite tall with large, Broad pointed leaves dividing into smaller leaflets adorned by tiny greenish-white flowers. Many varieties of angelica grow over Northern Europe as well as Iceland, Greenland and central Russia and the oil is often obtained from England and Belgium.
For history or Myth of angelica root, Some time during the 16th century , Angelica come out of North Africa and into the warmer climes of Europe. And Chinese used to employ at the least many type Angelica. It was frequently grown in monasteries and known in those ancient dwellings as “Angel Grass”.
Popular French liqueurs such as Chartreuse and Benedictine include this delightful herbs.
Chemical Constituents—Borneol, Linalool (Alcohols), Bergaptene (Lactones), Limonene, Phellandrene, Pinene (Terpenes).
Specific Gravity 0.850-0.880
Refractive Index 1.4735-1.4870
Optical Rotation Inactive or not more than +46º
Properties—Antispasmodic, Aphrodisiac, Carminative, Diuretic, Emmenagogue, Expectorant, Hepatic, Stimulant, Stomachic, Sudorific, Tonic .
Excessive use may over stimulate the nervous system, possibly causing insomnia. Could be phototoxic, i.e. causing irritation when the skin is exposed to the sun. Best avoided in pregnancy and some say, diabetes.
Mind—A fillip to the nervous system quickly relieving exhaustion and stress. Promotes a feeling of balance and appears to revitalize a tired mind a flagging heart. Gives incentive to face difficult problems.
Body—Its tonic action has a potent healing effect on the body particularly at the start of treatment by strengthening the constitution. It invigorates the lymphatic system, speeds up cleansing through its sweating actions, drains fluids and relieves the body of poisons especially after along illness.
Helps with Indigestion, flatulence, dyspepsia (feeling of nausea and discomfort), stomach ulcers and colic. Stimulates appetite and may help with anorexia nervosa. Said to be a tonic to the liver and spleen. A urinary antiseptic, hence useful in cystitis.
Its expectorant qualities work on feverish colds, chronic bronchitis and pleurisy.
Seems to ease nervous asthma, shortness of breath and smokers cough as well as restoring sense of smell. Appears to be a general tonic to the lungs.
Said to encourage production of oestrogen, thereby regulating menstruation and easing painful periods as well as helping to expel afterbirth. Reputedly useful with and with male and female infertility.
Controls uric acid and may be beneficial to rheumatic conditions and arthritis as well as gout and sciatica.
A speedy pain reliever – headaches, migraines and toothache may all benefit by its action.
EFFECT OF THE SKIN—
A good skin tonic and also said to be anti-inflammatory which might be beneficial to various skin problems. Reputedly deals with fungal growths.
BLENDS—Basil, Chamomile , Geranium, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Mandarin.
There are no products available in this category.