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Angelica Root -

Angelica Root


Introducing Angelica Root, a versatile and fragrant root that has been used for centuries for its medicinal and culinary properties. Angelica Root, also known as "Holy Ghost" or "Wild Celery," is native to Europe and Asia and has a unique flavor profile that is both earthy and slightly sweet.

Angelica Root is known for its many health benefits. It has been traditionally used to aid in digestion, relieve stomach issues, and calm anxiety. It's also rich in vitamins B and C, which are essential for healthy skin, hair, and nails.

In the kitchen, Angelica Root is a popular ingredient in both sweet and savory dishes. It's commonly used in baking to add a distinctive flavor to cakes, pastries, and bread. It's also an essential ingredient in gin and other herbal liqueurs, adding a complex and aromatic flavor.

To use Angelica Root, simply chop it finely and add it to your favorite dishes. It pairs well with other herbs and spices, such as thyme, rosemary, and black pepper. For a soothing cup of tea, steep the dried root in hot water for several minutes, strain, and sweeten with honey.

In addition to its culinary uses, Angelica Root is also commonly used in aromatherapy and as a natural remedy for various ailments. It's often added to bath products and massage oils for its relaxing properties.

- Original spice
- Supports digestion, stimulates the appetite
- Soothes my nerves
- Dried angelica root is a valuable spice - it can be added to cakes and gingerbread, giving them a characteristic sweet-spicy taste. Roots are commonly used to flavor tinctures and liqueurs - such as Benedictine or French chartreuse or vermouth.
- Angelica effectively supports digestive health.
- Stimulates digestion, prevents constipation, and has a warming effect.
- Can be helpful in indigestion and flatulence,
- Relieves stomach ache
- prevents the appearance of heartburn.
- Angelica root is also famous for its calming and soothing nerves.

Angelica root (angelica archangelica) contains about 1% of essential oil, whose main ingredient is β-fandrene, α-pinene, p-cymene, and hydroxydecapentanoic and butyric acids. Other active ingredients also include coumarins (angelicin, ostol, ostenol, imeratorin, xanthotoxin, bergapten, umbelifron and umbeliprenine), as well as small amounts of tannins and flavonoids (derivatives of narngenine - archangelone and 7,4-diprenylaryngenine), beta-sitosterol.

Angelica infusion:
5 g of crushed root pour 200 ml of boiling water (or milk with honey), leave to infuse covered. Drink in small portions of 100 ml. You can drink 3-4 times a day for 100 ml.

1-2 tablespoons of root pour 2 cups of water or milk, bring to a boil and cook for 5 minutes on low heat. You can add a little honey. Drink 4 times a day for half a glass.

Angelica (ground root):
1-2 teaspoons of raw material pour a glass of boiling water or milk, brew under cover for 15-20 minutes. You can sweeten with honey. Take half a cup of infusion 4 times a day.
Ground angelica root can be used as a spice for gingerbread, root cakes, sweet liqueurs and tinctures.

Angelica increases sensitivity to solar radiation. People who are hypersensitive to the sun while taking angelica should avoid sun exposure. Do not use during pregnancy.
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Well packaged and the amount was fantastic...

Well packaged and the amount was fantastic! Herbs looked very colorful and not overly dried.