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Angelica Root

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Called Chinese angelica , Angelica Root , and Dong Quai , this plant helps to reduce the symptoms of menopause, relieves menstrual cramps and regulates the menstrual period. No scientific evidence supports its effectiveness, but Anglica wastcmwell.com

Called Chinese angelica , Angelica Root , and Dong Quai , this plant helps to reduce the symptoms of menopause, relieves menstrual cramps and regulates the menstrual period. No scientific evidence supports its effectiveness, but Anglica was...

Called Chinese angelica, Angelica Root, and Dong Quai, this plant helps to reduce the symptoms of menopause, relieves menstrual cramps and regulates the menstrual period. No scientific evidence supports its effectiveness, but Anglica was used in oriental medicine to treat these symptoms for centuries.


Oriental medicine often combines to give Chinese angelica root with various herbs, the treatment for diseases such as hypertension, arthritis, allergies and asthma. Limited evidence for increasing the capacity of Angelica on the function of the immune system, so the root is effective in the treatment of allergies suggests. It may also be anti-inflammatory properties, suggesting potential benefits for the treatment of diseases such as asthma and arthritis. Angelic root may relax blood vessels contains a chemical. This allows potentially effective in lowering blood pressure.

This plant is mainly used to relieve reproductive problems in women. These include in particular the reduction in the treatment of menopausal symptoms, control cycles and relieve menstrual cramps. There is no scientific evidence for the effectiveness of the angel in the treatment of reproductive problems.


Further research is needed to identify and validate the medicinal properties of the roots of Angelica.

Possible Side Effects

Those who should regularly monitor the Chinese angelica root to avoid large amounts of UV radiation and solar radiation. It should have very low toxicity, but should not women who are pregnant or nursing are used.

Ingredients and constituents of Chinese Angelica 

Resin 
Volatile oil 
acid, valeric acid 
coumarins 
tannins 
Vitamin A 
Vitamin B 
Bitter iridoids 
bergapten
Dosage recommendations

Women, up to 3-4 grams per day. Angelica root can be taken in tea, tinctures, tablets and capsules as a powder.



Angelica Root 




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