Angelica - (Angelica archangelica)

This herb is a perennial and is easy to grow from seed; if planted in moist soil it will grow very well. It can grow up to 7 feet tall. The flowers are very tiny and grows in clusters. The leaves looks almost like celery.

Angelica is also called Masterwort and gives you a warming effect on your body. It can also have a good effect on the circulation of blood.
Many women use Angelica for the treatment of painful menstrual cramps.

Bring some angelica with you in your pocket or purse to remove negativity or evil influence.

You can add chopped angelica leaves in salads, soups, stews and fruit drinks.
If you like rhubarb pie you should add some leaves and stems of angelica since it reduces the amount of suger needed.

Parts used: Leaves, root, seeds.

Don't take if you are pregnant, if you have diabetes or if you are taking blood thinning agents.

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