CODE: 43

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Latin names: Angelica archangelica = Angelica officinalis
French names: Angélique archangélique, Angélique officinale, Angélique des jardins, Herbe aux anges, Herbe du Saint-Esprit
Other English names: Garden Angelica, Archangel
Extracted from: Roots
  • Support one's heart and arteries: helps blood pressure and longevity.
  • 1 drop under the feet to feel solid roots anchoring you to the ground. 
  • A great spiritual and long-lasting peace: keep the bottle in your pocket and smell directly from it when you feel attracted to its happiness.
  • To calm the mind before falling asleep: 1 drop under the feet. 
A great umbelliferous all dressed in majesty. Large hollow stems, ribbed like cathedral columns, rise up over 2 meters high to open up in large umbels of white flowers. From up there, they provide an impressive power of inner peace. Mountaineers who usually make noise automatically become quieter as they come across Angelica, even unknowingly. Watch them, you will be surprised!
To introduce plants, an effort is made on this website not to dwell on the classic "this plant has been used since antiquity by the Greeks, the Romans, in Chinese or Ayurvedic medicine etc." Believe us, this is not an easy thing to do! Indeed, this is a central point for almost all plants, especially those which come from traditional Indian medicine, since Gedane aims to share their passion through olfactory wonders from this very country. 
But now, you are going to be given the chance to learn something absolutely unexpected in botany, which goes exactly in the opposite direction of the usual migration flow of flora: Angelica was exported to the Eastern world by Europeans! 
Chinese medicine in particular has made it one of its core assets. The entire world adopted Angelica after the Middle Ages, just as well as Indian plants for example. Many of the so-called "traditional" plants in Europe come from far away and can be found in all fields, all forests... of Orient.
Botanically, they are called "naturalised plants" once they have conquered a new territory, settled there, felt so well it would be absolutely impossible to dislodge them whatsoever, and have integrated the local symbiotic system. Plants, like us (or we, like them) can build a new "home" wherever they feel most welcome.
This is what happened to Angelica. Its traditional usages in Europe have disappeared over time and the gigantic witches-barbecue led by the Christian church in the Middle Ages has eradicated extensive medical knowledge. The Orient has collected more knowledge from and shown more gratitude to this plant than the Westerners ever have. Even so that now, more species grow there than where it originates. It has thus become a kind of oriental plant.
Back in Europe, Paracelsus lastly used Angelica to cure plague in Milan. Doctors then wore necklaces of Angelica to chew roots between consultations and stimulate their immune system. The only tradition that remained from the Old Continent is in deluxe bakery for which the petiole is preserved (please do not try to do that yourself: it always has to be cooked twice and above all must not be mixed up with other plants, yet similar in appearance).
Firmly anchors to the ground.
Encourages to faith in the Universe.
Confers noble serenity.
Raises awareness of inner space.
Calls on guardian angels.
Helps you to finish what you have to do on the Earth.
One of the broadest and finest plant energies.
Coronarodilatateur, Dilate les artères et artérioles péricardiques
Hypotenseur adaptogène
Régulateur cardiaque
Calmant, Tranquillisant, Relaxant
Sédatif, Somnifère
Anticoagulant adaptogène
Immunostimulant, Stimulant immunitaire
Antihistaminique, Antiallergique
Digestif, Apéritif
Carminatif, Facilite l’expulsion de gaz intestinaux
Spasmolytique, Antispasmodique
Fébrifuge-sudorifique, Diminue la fièvre après l’avoir fait monter un peu d’abord
Erythropoïétique, Stimule la fabrication de globules rouges, Anti-anémique
Diminue le taux d’acide urique
Angor, Angine de poitrine
Fatigue cardiaque, Effort trop soutenu
Hypertension artérielle, HTA, Pression élevée
Palpitations cardiaques, Troubles du rythme cardiaque
Angoisses, Anxiété
Irritabilité, Enervement, Hypersensibilité
Troubles de l’endormissement, Troubles du sommeil, Insomnie
Thrombose, Sang épaissi, Hypercoagulation
Maladie infectieuse, Faiblesse immunitaire, Immunodéficience
Allergie, Rhume des foins, Asthme allergique
Digestion lourde, Indigestion, Repas copieux, Manque d’appétit
Ballonnements, Gaz intestinaux, Crampes intestinales
Fièvre, Etat fébrile
Urémie, Taux d’acide urique élevé

Softly invigorates Pitta's abilities
Gives Kapha serenity
Calms Vata

Monoterpenes (25-40% beta-phellandrene, alpha-pinene, alpha-phellandrene, limonene...)
Oxides (1,8-cineole traces up to 15%, humulene oxide)
Ketone: None
Furanocoumarins: bergapten and other pyranocoumarins

        Batch ANG2002/1  (PDF, 337 Ko, French)

Keep out of reach of children.
No other known contraindications for children and pregnant women within physiological dosage.

Essential Oils

Agatophylle Agatophylle leaves Ajowan Ajwain All-spice Allspice Angelica Arabian jasmine Archangel Balsam fir Basil (exotic) Bay laurel Bergamot Bigaradier feuilles Black Pepper Black pepper Black spruce Blue ginger Camphor cineol CT leaves 1,8-cineole (Madagascar) Cananga Cane Cardamom Cedar (Atlas) Celery Ceylan citronella Chamomile Chamomile (roman) Chamomile(roman) Cilanthro (leaves) Cinnamon Cinnamon (bark) Cinnamon (leaves) Cinnamon bark Cinnamon leaves Citronella Clove Clove bud Clove leaf Cochingrass Common sage Coriander Cumin Cupressus Curcuma Curry leaf Curry plant Curry tree Cuscusgrass Cypress Davana Dill East-indian Lemongrass Eucalyptus radiata Everlasting Exotic basil Fennel Fir Fir (Balsam) Fir (balsam) Flag Frankincense Frankincense (salai) Galanga Galangal Garden Angelica Garden dill Geranium Ginger Gingergrass Grapefruit Greater galanga Green Mandarin Green Pepper Green cardamom Green pepper Grey eucalyptus Helichrysum angustifolium Helichrysum italicum Holy basil Ilang-ilang Indian Basil Indian Frankincense Indian wintergreen Jamanatsi Jasmine Jasmine (arabian) Jasmine (royal) Jeera safed Jessamine Juniper berries Khus-khus Lavender Lemon Lemon (yellow) Lemongrass Limetta Macassar-oil plant Malabargrass Mandarin Mediterranean sweet lemon Mulilam Muskroot Myrrh Nard Nardin Narrow leaf eucalyptus Narrow leaved peppermint Norway pine Officinal lavender Officinal rosemary Orange Orange (sweet) Orange bergamot Orange peel Oranger amer feuilles Oregano Palmarosa Parsley Patchouli Pelargonium Pepper Peppermint Petitgrain Bigarade Pimento Pine Pine (Norway) Pomelo Ravensara Ravintsara Roman chamomile Rose geranium Rose pelargonium Rosemary Rosemary borneon Rosha grass Royal jasmine Sacred basil Sage Salai Frankincense Salvia Sambac Scotch pine Shaddock Spanish jasmine Spearmint Spearmint Spikenard Spruce Sweet cane Sweet celery Sweet fennel Sweet flag Sweet lemon Sweet lime Sweet limetta Sweet orange Tea tree Tea tree m.a. Thai galangal Thai ginger Thyme Thyme (thymol) Tropical Basil True lavender Tulsi Turmeric Turmeric (aromatica) Turmeric (longa) Valerian Vanilla Vetiver White Pepper White cumin White pepper Wild marjoram Wintergreen Yellow lemon Ylang-ylang Zanthoxylum