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Quick Overview

angelicaAngelica is a dense, warming essential oil grounded by cedar and rich earth undertones. It may help release negative feelings from traumatic events; it is emotionally calming and boosts the immune system to prevent pending sickness.

Botanical Name: Angelica archangelica

There are over 30 different types of Angelica, but Angelica archangelica is the most common species used for medicinal purposes. A native species to Europe and Siberia, Angelica grows up to 6 feet tall, is covered with a soft 'fur' and produces umbles of white flowers. Early europeans noticed the potency of it's healing abilities and rendered it of divine origin, thus naming it: 'holy spirit root' or 'oil of angels'.

Method of Extraction: Steam distilled

Parts Used: Root

Country of Origin: France

Cultivation Method: Wildcrafted

AngelicaBlends Well With: Citrus Oils, Clary Sage, Oakmoss Absolute, Frankincense, Patchouli, and Vetivert.

Scent: Sharp, biting odor of green stems, just broken, with peppery overtones

Contraindications: Do not use during pregnancy or if you are diabetic. Do not use on skin before sun exposure. Skin sensitivity on some individuals.

About the Oil

This oil is extracted from the roots of Angelica plants organically grown in Poland.

It takes approximately 340 pounds of plant material to produce one pound of Angelica essential oil.

Aromatherapy Notes

The medicinal potency and aromatic qualities are significantly increased from the cold processing CO2 distillation process.This Angelica has top notes of citrus peel that meld with caramel; light-scented musk and floral middle notes are grounded by cedar and rich earth undertones.It blends well with: Pacthouli, Opopanax, Costus, Clary Sage, Oakmoss, Vetiver and all Citrus oils.

Traditional Uses

Stems of the plant were chewed during the plague of 1660 to prevent infection; when burned, the seeds and roots were thought to purify the air.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) uses at least 10 types of Angelica for promoting fertility, fortifying spirit and for treating female reproductive disorders; Angelica's reputation for support is second only to Ginseng.

Angelica also has a long history of use in supporting respiratory conditions such as colds, coughs, and sinus problems; Missourian tribes smoked it for this purpose. The Alaskan Aleut peoples boiled the roots for application to both internal and external wounds in order to speed the healing process.

Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

Antispasmodic, Carminative, Depurative, Diaphoretic, Digestive, Diuretic, Emmenagogue, Expectorant, Febrifuge, Nervine, Stimulant, Stomachic.


Angelica essential oil is non-toxic and non-irritating, though should not be used during pregnancy or by diabetics. The oil can be phototoxic, and should not be applied to skin that will be exposed to direct sunlight.

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