Saturday, May 30, 2020



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Medical Traditonal useage

Angelica - Mild antispasmodic and digestive aid.
Angelica is also known by the names Archangel Root, Masterwort, Wild Celery, Root of the Holy Ghost, and Dong Quai.
In Iceland and Lapland, the stems are cooked as a vegetable. Stems are candied and made into syrups and jellies, added to fruitcake and used to season fish. Leaves are added to salads and soups.
Cook leaves with acidic fruits to decrease the amount of sugar needed. Dried leaves are added to baked goods. The oil from seeds and roots is used in benedictine, chartreuse, vermouth and gin. Leaves have been used to wrap and preserve food when traveling. Angelica is an anti-spasmodic for strong menstrual cramps with minimal flow and an expectorant for coughs. It also aids in alleviating intestinal colic and poor digestion. The drug contains essential oil, coumarin, and coumarin derivatives. Angelica is used to strengthen the heart and lungs and improve liver and spleen function. Small amounts stimulate digestive secretions.
Some find that when Angelica is used, they lose their taste for alcohol.


Homeopathic :

Angelica Root: Ward negativity, purify the home, meditation, protection, divination, exorcism, healing, health, visions



Spiritiual  or Spell craft Uses


(also known as Holy Ghost Root, Archangel Root, and Dong Quai) is widely thought to be a powerful Guardian and Healer, and to provide Strength to Women.
We believe that Angelica Root is used by many people for the purpose of Warding Off Evil and bringing Good Luck in Health and Family Matters carried as an amulet or "mojo" bag





Ash Moon Tea

Matters of the intellect; magic, healing. 
2 parts angelica 
1/2 part sage 
1/2 part black cohosh 
pinch of rosemary