Angelica Root tincture has a long history of use in colds, congestion and fevers. Angelica root is warming and stimulating to the lungs, helping to ease chest congestion. For centuries, angelica root is used as an ingredient in treating health disorders in women. Because angelica root contains many compounds that are very good for health, especially women’s health. Angelica acts as a bitter digestive aid that can help calm a nervous stomach and tension-related digestive disorders. Also stimulate digestion, help dispel gas, and calm a nervous stomach.
Legend has it, that God's Archangel appeared to a 14th-century monk in a dream, and revealed to him knowledge about an herb that could cure the bubonic plague. That herb, which also coincidentally blooms on the Archangel's feast day, was Angelica archangelica. Angelica's medicinal virtues were praised by numerous Medieval writers, "and the name itself, as well as the folklore of all North European countries and nations, testify to the great antiquity of a belief in its merits as a protection against contagion, for purifying the blood, and for curing every conceivable malady".
As a carminative and digestive aid, Angelica root tincture will relax the stomach muscles, increase peristalsis of intestines and relax the colon, this will help with indigestion, bloating, gas, gastrointestinal spasms, improving appetite, has been helpful in anorexia nervosa. Be careful with gastro-intestinal reflux as it may exaggerate the condition. It combines well with fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), caraway (carum carvi) and ginger (Zingiber officinale) or Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) for these digestive actions.
As an expectorant, decongestant and pectoral it acts as the respiratory relaxant to lung tissue to help release congestion and allow the flow of mucus as well as a lung tonic to heal and strengthen lung tissue. So angelica tincture is very useful with coughs, bronchitis, pleurisy, especially with fever such as in with colds and influenza. Combines well with coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara), mullein (Verbascum thapsus) or licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) for a cough.
As a Diaphoretic and circulatory stimulant, Angelica tincture will help increase perspiration and helps the body release and eliminate toxins through the skin. Angelica is also an antipyretic so will also help with high fevers and systemic infections. Take Angelica root tincture until you are fully recovered as it also helps a lot with convalescence. Combine with Yarrow (Achillea millefolium), Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) or Ginger (Zingiber officinale) for fevers and convalescence.
As an Anti-rheumatic Angelica tincture works best when combined with other tincture in a mix which support the actions needed, such as burdock root tincture (Arctium lappa).
Using angelica root tincture can prove to be a blessing for women suffering from menstrual cramps. It helps to balance the level of hormones, which in turn provides relief from severe pains.
Hair loss has become a hectic task these days. Regular use of angelica root tincture can guarantee best kinds of results to avoid excess loss of hair. All kinds of reasons leading to hair loss can be reduced to huge extent. You need to use this herb with particular regulations to ensure best results.
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