Name: Angelica archangelica
Common names: golden angelica, bragosse, cecil, herb of the angels, sambugari.
Habitat: wetlands of the undergrowth in northern areas
Parts used: the whole plant
Angelica - Angelica archangelica: Angelic cultivation
Root. It is harvested from August to September when the plant is young.
Stem. Collect in June July
Leaves. May June
Seeds. August September
Root. Dry in the sun and store in paper bags
Leaves Stem. These are used fresh.
Seeds. Dry the corimbo and then beat it carefully, sift, and then store in a plastic bag
Properties: antiseptic, aperitif, carminative, digestive, eupeptic, stimulant, tonic.
Indoor. infusion, decoction
vinous tincture of the root
Notes: very suitable for relaxing and invigorating baths. Boil 100 grams of plant per liter and pour the mixture into the bathtub for a soothing effect. For a tonic bath 30 g of root.