Angelica Seeds – Angelica Archangelica, Healing Whistle, Angelica Tree is pleased to offer for online order special varieties of seeds of Angelica (Angelica Archangelica, Medicinal Squeeze, Angelica Tree) – the herb that has a proven analgesic, antispasmodic, antibacterial, choleretic, anti-inflammatory and diuretic effect. The plant is perennial and belongs to the family Umbelliferae. Forms a fleshy short rhizome with a characteristic odor.

The roots are collected in early spring or autumn.

The roots contain a substance that may increase the risk of photosensitivity and should be used with caution. The stem is erect green – purple, and on it the pinnate leaves are arranged consecutively.

It blooms in the period June – October with small flowers painted in green – yellow to white. The herb contains essential oil, angelic acid, flavonoids, coumarin, tannin, folic and valeric acid, vitamin B12 and more.

In nature, angelica can be confused with the plant Cicuta maculata, which is poisonous. That is why it is easiest to sow Angelica seeds from cultivated plants. The plant affects a number of diseases, has an expectorant effect, has a calming and analgesic effect on colic and digestive problems, is a diuretic and helps with urinary tract infections, flu and colds.

A curious fact is that northern peoples add from the medicinal plant as a flavoring to the milk of reindeer.
Color Angelica or the herb popular as Medicinal Whistle in our country has a complex canopy with 20 – 40 main rays and blooms with green-yellow or green-white flowers.

Height Angelica Archangelica grows to about 1 – 1.50 m.
Flowering period The angelica tree is a medicinal herb that blooms from June to October.

Requirement for light Requires direct sunlight, but also tolerates partial shade.
Soil Not demanding on the soil, prefers well-treated and weed-drained soils.
Winter hardiness The herb Angelica is winter hardy.
Durability The Healing Whistle is perennial.

Location of the plant It is grown outdoors. Seedlings of Angelica seeds (Angelica Archangelica) can be prepared as early as February, but indoors.
Time of sowing The seeds of the Whistler are sown in the period February – July.

Sowing depth The sowing depth should not exceed 0.5 cm.
Distance from each other Use the scheme: 70 – 80/40.
Germination time The seeds germinate in 2-3 weeks.

Watering depends on the soil and climatic conditions. Like most herbs, Angelica does not tolerate water retention and tolerates mild drought.
Fertilization Fertilization is recommended on poorer soils with suitable herbal fertilizers. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper use of the selected fertilizer.

The most useful part of the plant are the roots, from which various infusions are made. Taking Angelica tea (Healing tweeter) improves blood circulation, helps with menstrual pain and stimulates the uterus, with angina gargle with it. Due to its number of beneficial qualities for women in menopause, menopause or menstrual disorders, it can be rightly considered to be an indispensable female herb.

Before consuming Angelica it is necessary to consult with your doctor, especially if you suffer from any chronic disease. Not recommended for consumption by pregnant women, nursing mothers, children, patients diagnosed with breast cancer, gastric ulcer, diabetics (possibility of high blood sugar). Do not take in combination with other herbs or drugs that have hormonal, antispasmodic and analgesic effects.
Before consuming Angelica, consult your doctor about the exact doses and timing of administration. Be careful, because if the amounts of Angelica Archangelica are exceeded, it can lead to poisoning, diarrhea, increased blood pressure and other serious disorders. Infusion is most often prepared from an equal tablespoon of Angelica roots, which are poured with 300 ml of boiling water and left for half an hour. The decoction is filtered and drunk 3-4 times a day before meals.
The other usable parts are the stems and flowers that are used in the kitchen to flavor dishes. It is grown not only as a medicinal plant but also as a honey plant. Angelica oil is used in the production of alcohol – liqueur, vermouth and in confectionery.
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Package size – 15/8 cm
Net weight – 3 g.

Note: The expiration date, net weight and batch number of the seeds are marked on the back of each package of Angelica Archangelica, Angelica Tree, Angelica Tree.

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