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Angelica root was a popular monastery herb during the Anglo-Saxton period in England, where it was thought to possess angelic powers to ward off evil as well as "corrupt air" when taken as tea to calm digestive upsets.

Angelica water was kept at the Shrewsbury Abbey infirmary, although its exact purpose remains unclear.

What is Angelica root used for? The dried, ground Angelica herb root has an earthy flavor and can be used in baking breads, cakes, muffins and cookies.

Angelica root benefits include supporting healthy circulation, providing general immune support, lung and respiratory health, soothing joints, and more. Angelica root tea can also aid in digestion and help alleviate occasional heartburn.

Angelica Root c/s, 1/4 lb

  • Leafy and herbaceous.

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