According to legend, the name of Angelika on the Erzengel Gabriel to go back, who, when raged in Europe in the 14th and 15th centuries, the plague, to have appeared very many people in the dream and the Angelika is said to have recommended to cure them. People sat on the Council of the archangel, of course, as they were at that time still very religious, and actually seemed to have helped the Angelika oil, as you can see an example from Milan in 1510: The people attacked there primarily on drugs and funds from Angelika back and they seem thus to have been very successful as the well-known physician Paracelsus has been handed down. Supposedly, the Angelika said to have been chewed during the outbreak of plague in the Middle Ages by the people, so they do not ansteckten. In addition, Angelika was fumigated to disinfect the air, that kill pathogens.
In some cultures, the oil is also called the “Holy Spirit oil” or “oil of Angels”.
The Angelika is a very fast-growing and proliferating plant belonging to the family of Doldenblüter. The Angelika likes moist locations, such as the banks of rivers, streams and lakes.
In addition, she likes it like when it’s shady and cool around them.
The Angelika is up to 2 m high and has strikingly large leaves and very showy white to greenish spathes open between July and August and stand out by their size. One finds the Angelika throughout Europe. She was even one of the few herbs that were exported in the Middle Ages of us in the Orient, usually ran so prevalent in the other direction. However, the Angelika comes actually from countries in the colder climates, such as Russia, Lithuania, Iceland or Norway.
The colorless oil of angelica is obtained by steam distillation. While using only the roots of Angelica.
Possible applications include nervousness, anxiety, depression, depressive moods, stress, weakness, colds, flu, colds, gastrointestinal disorders, caused by nervousness flatulence and gastritis, a weak stomach.
The oil smells very aromatic and spicy, it reminds me a bit of musk, and it has something Balsamic itself.
Effect of Angelica oil
The Angelika oil helps us to keep solid ground under their feet and get back. Also referred to as grounding, that it brings us back to reality. It gives us courage when we are afraid and are mentally unstable or even if we are suffering from a depressive mood.
The oil of Angelica has a calming and stabilizing effect on us, when the stress overwhelmed us and we feel overwhelmed us. It also aims to stimulate the libido.
The essential oil Angelika cleanses the body, it triggers the mucus, it drives the sweat, it aids digestion and has a mild laxative effect.
Angelika oil is very easy on the stomach, it increases the body’s immune system and kills both fungi and bacteria.
The Angelika oil is known to us for its soothing effect on joint pain, digestive problems, flatulence, bronchitis, with muscle pain, rheumatoid arthritis, stomach pains. The Angelika oil dissolves cramps, it drives the sweat, it is expectorant, diuretic and detoxifying.
The scent of Angelika oil creates a feeling of comfort, he distributes negative emotions and feelings, especially if they result from traumatic events. Angelika oil is used to connect the physical consciousness with the spiritual consciousness.
In ancient China, was used, and it still does so today, the Angelika oil to encourage fertility, also as a remedy for bronchitis and as a circulatory stimulant. Studies have shown that this oil acts positively on the adrenal glands, it strengthens the digestive system and the whole organism.
This essential oil is also used in lotions, perfumes and soaps, but just in aromatherapy.
Angelika oil helps a nervous stomach and indigestion.
Emotional Angelika oil can affect people with anxiety problems grounding, that is, it can give them some support. It has a calming and balancing effect on the nervous system and can have a supportive effect on the adrenal glands.
Angelika oil, among other things calming, antispasmodic, carminative, diuretic, expectorant, diaphoretic, purifying, digestive, antipyretic, emmenagog, invigorating and stimulating.