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Angelica Plant

Angelica PlantAngelica plant
Latin name: Angelica sylvestris

One old legend says that the Archangel Michael is discovered Angelica archangelica as a plant that could cure the plague.

Height above sea level: up to 1800 m.

Size: from 0.50 to 1.80 m (2 m maximum).

Flowering: July to October.

Lifecycle: perennial plant, overwintering as a strain.

Habitat of Angelica plant: beside rivers, wet pastures, forests

Flowers: small white flowers tinged with pink, size 2 mm.

Leaves: leaves in the form of feathers, wide and toothed.

Fruit: green color, sometimes with a red pattern.

Medicinal properties of Angelica: roots, fruits and fresh leaves of plant contain substances tonic. Angelica is used for the treatment of stomach, digestive tract, against the gas in the stomach (reducing gas in the digestive tract), against convulsions. Then, for cough, headache, dizziness, menstrual pain and as a natural sedative against the stress and tension.

Culinary uses: Angelica is used for the preparation of soups, jams and liqueurs.

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