Tuesday, July 08, 2008

The Healing Power of The Herbal Teas: Angelica

Angelica archangelica

Original book source: Prof. Dr. Otto Wilhelm Thomé Flora von Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz 1885, Gera, Germany

Permission granted to use under GFDL version 1.2 by Kurt Stueber

Scientific classification From Wikipedia

Angelica Archangelica from Iceland GFDL from Photographer “Jutta234”

Kingdom Plantae

Division Magnoliophyta

Class Magnoliopsida

Order Apiales

Family Apiaceae

Genus Angelica

Species A. archangelica

Healing Powers

Aromatic Carminative Diaphoretic Diuretic Emmenagogue Expectorant Stomachic Stimulant Tonic

“Phytotechniques” - Parts of the Plant Utilized

Roots Leaves Seeds

Traditionally or Folkloric Healing Applications

Colds • Colic • Coughs • Fevers • Gas • General Debility • Heartburn • Indigestion • Liver Spleen (Sluggish) • Pleurisy • Respiratory Disorders • Rheumatism • Stomach Troubles • Urinary Disorders •


Should not be given or taken in diabetes because Angelica increases sugar in Urine according to many studies

Folkloric External Applications

Eyewash used for dimness of sight

Earwash used for deafness

Copyright (c) 2007-2008 John M. Kennedy. CC by SA and GFDL 1.2

The Legendary knowledge of Nature is hiding in Peru but you can go and find out for yourself

Some people Travel to the Peruvian Amazons for many reasons. Certainly, all drugs utilized in the traditional medicine by doctors derives from the profound knowledge of herbs; something that I have called the Herbal Power. There are many collateral effects with those man made drugs or medicines. It appears that when they cure one thing they end by damaging many vital organs and/or metabolic functions of our body. This is not the case with natural medicine, with the exception of overdose.

You could be amazed ... of the healing effects of the Herbal Power. This is the first post in these series, as people are becoming more conscious about the need to preserve our nature and are experiencing the effects of global warming, they are looking for preventive ways to remain as healthy as possible, exercise is just part of the equation, nutrition and rest are the other pillars of health. Herbal teas can be as part of nutrition. So Peru have other types of tourism, they go to Machu Picchu but also go to the amazons, to experience the "Ayahuasca" ... for learning the healing knowledge of the Shamans.... I hope one day you can also could benefit from this ancient knowledge as well.

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