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Angelica Root Co2 se is also known as the Holy Ghost or Holy Spirit Root, Archangel Root and Oil of Angels. This oil probably got its name because its healing powers were so great and vast that the origin must have been from a Divine Source.
Traditionally, Angelica Root has been considered an effective tonic for the digestive system due to its carminative & cholagogue properties. It is recommended for flatulence, gastritis, and stomach ulcers. It can also be effective when dealing with hiccough and anorexia.
This extract also beneficial for the respiratory system. It is a mild expectorant with anti infectious qualities which makes it an effective inhalant for chronic bronchitis, asthma, the flu, pneumonia, sinus infections, and coughs.
In China, Angelica Root is known as the “female Ginseng”. It is used for “women’s troubles” relating to menstruation and menopause and to help with problems of the heart and circulation. Angelica is considered to be a very powerful lymph and blood purifier.
Because of its ability to reduce excess uric acid levels in the blood, is a valuable remedy for the relief of gout, rheumatism and some forms of arthritis.
Angelica Root has been known to rebuild strength after any condition that depletes the body's energy. It can be useful in convalescence after chronic illness and to strengthen the emotional body. Angelica Root’s effect on the psychological body is one of revitalization and restoration… alleviating feelings of hopelessness. It is ideal for fatigue and stress related disorders.
Angelica grows to 6ft fall. Its leaves are composed of small leaflets. The flowers blossom in July, are yellow or green in color, with umbels, bearing pale yellow fruits. Angelica grows in damp soil, preferably near rivers or deposits of water.
Energetics and Chakras1st Chakra - survival and support, 2nd Chakra - relationships, creation energy, 3rd Chakra - personal power, 4th Chakra - unconditional love, 5th Chakra - speaking truth, 6th Chakra - perspective, 7th Chakra - higher information, Clarity, Expansive, Grounding, Introspective, Protective, Purifying, Source Energy
Energetic, Spiritual, and Emotional Qualities of Angelica Root CO2 Select Extract
We have found this Co2 extract to be very useful when one is feeling blocked or cut off from their higher self, guides or higher information. Angelica Root Co2 extract is very effective when working with the Root (1st chakra) , which deals with survival, living on the planet and grounding, Heart (4th chakra), which deals with love for self and love for the Divine, Brow (6th chakra), which deals with spiritual gift of seeing as well as how we see ourselves and how we see the world, and the Crown (7th chakra), which deals with our higher information and connection to the Divine. It also assists the user to be open to the angelic realm, source energy and higher self.
Angelica Root Co2 is extracted from the dried roots of the Angelica plant. Extracts that come from the roots are good for grounding and support. These extracts usually have an earthy aroma, and are reminiscent of the essence and stillness of ancient forests. It also assists the user to be open to the angelic realm, source energy and higher self.
Angelica Root is a wonderful Co2 for times of high anxiety, fear, depression and instability. We have also found Angelica Essential OIl to have a protective quality about it. The fragrance of Angelica essential oil may help release negative feelings from traumatic events.
A drop or two on the soles of the feet before bedtime can be a wonderful sleep aid and also call in beautiful dreams. A little of this Co2goes a long long way!
Archangelica, named for Archangel Michael, who told of its use as a medicine. According to legend, Angelica was revealed in a dream to cure the plague. The plant blooms on the day of Archangel Michael, therefore protecting against evil spirits. Most herbal remedies use Angelica as a purifying, detoxifying agent for the entire body.
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