The dried root of Angelica is found in the plant family Apiacea, and is related to other popular plants such as carrots, fennel, as well as dong-quai.
Angelica is often used in teas or as an herbal extract often to help support the gastrointestinal tract, as well as other body systems.
Angelica is not recommended for people who are pregnant, unless under supervision of a qualified health care practitioner, and may have interactions with blood thinning agents. Please check with your doctor before using.
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