Angelica Root


  • 50 g
  • Various volatile oils, flavonoids, caffeic acids and furanocoumarins
  • Combine angelica root with licorice root in tea blends.
  • The dried, ground root imparts an earthier flavor and can be used in baking breads, cakes, muffins and cookie
  • Origin: Europe

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Angelica root, known as the Angel of Herbs, is related to parsley, carrot, and fennel. The fragrant herb is added to teas and seasonings for a celery-like flavor


Caution: Do not consume angelica preparations during pregnancy. The furanocoumarins in the herb may increase photosensitivity to UV radiation. Do not use this herb if you take anticoagulant medications due to a risk of uncontrolled bleeding.