100 gr (serves 10 liters)
Angelica officinalis (divine) is a plant used in homeopathy because of bitter aromatic properties, useful in dyspepsia due in particular to decrease the secretion of gastric juice. Is a tonic friendly can awaken your appetite and aid digestion. Is used as an appetite stimulant in disappetenti.
Main activities: antispasmodic; carminative, antidispeptica. toned
Therapeutic use: dyspepsia, anorexia; psychosomatic disorders; Dysmenorrhea
It also has antispasmodic activity which justifies probably use in nervous insomnia, dysmenorrhea, chronic stomach pain, gastralgia, biliary tract and intestine etc. It is, therefore, a good antispasmodic that trips welcome whenever the nervous factor appears to be the basis of functional disorder.
The angelicin (furanocoumarin) anticonvulsant, muscle relaxant and sedative proved (experiments on Guinea pig) and the arcangelicina and its derivatives appear coronarodilatatrice action. It is also recommended the use of the plant in the palliative treatment of ipofollicolinismo, for the supposed presence of estrogenic. Roots and fruits can be used for gastrointestinal disorders, carminative in powder form (4-10 g) or infused at 5%: more effective still fresh, aromatic stems
Outdoor use, in the form of baths or liniments, in the treatment of rheumatic, taken up by folk medicine, is justified by the presence of polienine, with analgesic properties.
Store in a dry place away from direct sunlight.
Bring to boil a liter of water and add 10 grams of herb mix and let it simmer with lid for 10-15 minutes. Drink 1-3 cups a day.