Used as an expectorant for coughs, bronchitis and pleurisy, (especially when they are accompanied by fever, colds or influenza). Leaf can be used as a compress in inflammation of the chest
Sweet, pungent, warm & generally drying
This member of the Apiaceae family grows in damp soil, near running water, and along woodland edges. Angelica roots are aromatic and considered to have spicy, bitter, and warming energetics.
For bronchial problems it combines well with Coltsfoot and White Horehound.
For indigestion, flatulence and loss of appetite use with Chamomile. (Hoffman)
Not for use in pregnancy, as it is a uterine stimulant, and in diabetes – due to sugar content. Because this is a ‘heating’ herb – it may be contraindicated in ‘hot’ conditions
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